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: Do n't lie content with an un- 1 He sir sble r. rn:shed room- -for in 1 the c ias-s IIC •d you will fir d goo! ones advert ised. THI ALLIANCE EEVIEW N THE WEATHER. Skewers tonttht snd Tnesdsy. Jiol muck rhsnge in temperature. Bare- meter 29.30 temperature «1 st 10 a. m. clear. AND LEADER VOL XXXI.. No. :n Congress MEETS; REPUBLICANS ARE IN THE JWAJORITY G. O. P. In Saddle After Eight Years—Face Reconstruction Tasks. GILLETT ELECTED SPEAKER OF HOUSE. Proclamation Calling Extra .Session Is Read by Clerk. TWELVE PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1919. TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. BERGER NOT ALLOWED || J J 5|f[. ONLY AZORES OBJECTIVE Ily Anni'i-lali-el 1'rea* to Tti* Review Woal.it.gi'm. l> I" . May 19.—When ei..- reirne eef Viator Iterger of Wlescon- ii.ii waa .-ailed jit the hou**, to-a-lay as i-w me-mt>ers were iworn in, Hepre- -aa-i.lat!ve 1 wtllinger, of Massachusetts Republican e halrman of the election* e eemttiatiee. aea-oretlng to a pre arranged pi an form-Lilly ' hallenged hla right to I..- eeaaated llerRer is appealing from i m er tune conviction worker of the -a ..ei :iee;i|e< when he appeared with his .-. age law ike-r ilillett directed Berger tr delegation for the oath and refus- reer agnize when he tried to speak matter of personal privilege. ' Pe •el t. Commander Towers and Crew Making for Ponta Delgada. .»»• Ae*aoclat*d Preps to Th* luvlew '"* \Va«hlngton. U. <'. May IK— Prompt ly st noon today the pxtraiiardinury *ea n of congreiui got smoothly under way. With Republican* In the majority In both branches, the leader* plunged Into the work of organization. In both House ami Semite, the program well errangeii In advance, alarted off egs It had been planned. \ lee president Marshal presided in the latter and (1erk -South Tremble in the former. The aiauel prayer* and then the reading of President Wilson* proi lamatlon pre- ■eded the tailing of the roll*. Then the Houw pro..-. .led f. the l.ualncu of 'electing a aiM-ak.-i Ui-prcwnlatlve <1U letl of MaiHHai -hum-Ms an.I the Senate turned to elc-uing .1 President pro tempore. Senator I'ummlns of Iowa. By a majority of U\- vol -a,. the re publicans took control of the Senate, electing Beiaat.er I'timiiiina President pro tempore and defeating Senator Key Pltlman of Nevada. Democrat by a record vote of 47 to t~. The business of swearing In new Senators, was dl.i|>os«d of tiul< kly aa they came to the vie president's deak tn fount. .In the llouso where there were a greater number of new members It took longer. All Ihe Republican Senators were present, four Democrats Were absent. In the House a flood of. bills relating to score* of subja-i is wre lo»sawl Into A great waale basket provided for the occasion As ex|M'i-ted. a large number proposed re|ieal of war taxes, and return of public utilities taken over by the government. In (he llouso the HepubUcang effected organization by electing Representative Frederick Glllett of Meassachu- aetts speoker over I'hamp Clark of Missouri. »iienker for the last eight years. Tiio "reconstruction congress" aa- Sembie e1 In cxtroardlnnry aeasion at noun today, untb-r the call issued by President Wilson from Part* May 1, marks the return lo power of the Ils- puhlli una and loss by iho Democrats of oontrol over the iiiitlniutl legislative body. Organization of both Senate and House by the new majority was today's principal business. The Immediate work before the con- (ress, the sixty sixth of the American republic la passage before July 1 ot seven regular annual appropriation bills which failed In the filibuster last March After that will come consideration of |he peace treaty and covenant of the ■jue of Nations, and railroad, shtp- rplng. revenue, "woman suffrage, prohibition, army and navy and much other legislation. Many Investigations practically Into war activities also are expected. <w The Republicans today for the first time since 1911 had majorities ln both branches of congress as a. result of the Congressional elections last November In the llouso they had a margin ot two ecoro vote*, but In the Senate their majority ls only two raising questions. tat view of ths financial and other difficulties of future action. With President Wlleson. a Democrat, the change ln political complexion of congress presented a situation' similar to that during the last two year* of former President Tuft's administration when there was a democratic house and to President Cleveland s administration In which there aaa a republican congress. The Senate assembling today had bt Republicans and 47 Democrats. The now house roll lists 231 Republicans. IM Democrat;*, 1 Independents, on Prohibitionist one Socialist and four vacancies all In democratic districts—a total of itb. Ths House division gives ths Republicans a majority ot 46 over tha Democrats and JS over all combined opposition. Republican action promises, however, to be restrained by president Wilson's veto power a* a two thirds vote ls necessary to overrule a veto. Co-operation between administration officials and the Republicans Is expect- od oa uncontested matters. Assembling of the new congress wa* marked by the establishment of more ■precedent*. It was tha first time thai congress had convened wtth a Presl dent ta Europe and his opening message cabled from foreign soil. The President's message was not to be sent te congress until tomorrow, however, and lt probably win make no reference to ths pesos treaty as Ur. Wilson expects to appear personally to present the treaty next month. Th* President* absence today disrupted the time honor od custom of appointing congressional committees to call at tbe White Houae for notification ot ths executive. Tbo session beginning today was ex- to ran virtually to the time for , regular December session which I -preceds ths 19S» national eouvan- and presidential campaign. Ia- tt houae committees were to be ' today but the aenate Republican not ready with their committee assignments bsoanss of the progressive* fight sgalnst ths election of Senators Panroos of Pennsylvania and Warrsa of Wyoming aa chairman of th* finance and appropriation* committee respectively. ' Senate leaders arranged to adjourn today until Thursday to give time for tbe Republicans work on committee* Tha avalanche of new hills and resolutions Incident to a new session began today ia the House, but Introduction of senate measures went over. Tiaa* action by tho aaaata on the I ttmtM *mt llio covenaat mt Ua MAY SOLVE BIS THEFT Foraicr T. fl. Inspector H*M ta Com- nee tion With fAbtrty Bon 4 Bobbery. Rv AKMorlat-ed Pi-prr to Tbo RrvIrw Chicago. 111.. May 19.—'With the ar- :--t of Thomas Woatover, formerly an inHjHTl-rv at a government explosive I'lant In West Virginia, federal agents nuiiiy hoped to solve tho mystery of the theft last January of $250,000 In .Liberty Bonds from the Studebaker corporation of South Bend Ind. Julius Robertson, a secret oervlco operative, claims to have heard West- over and two other men discussing the theft of the bonds while on a train on route fmm South Bend to Chicago a ff-w days ag«>. He lost all track of the men after they left the train hero, until Saturday night when found West- over in u downtown hotel. According to Robertson, one of the men said that the proposition of returning the bonds had been "put up to" E. It. Krsklne, president of tho Studebaker corporation and that he declined to pay a reward for their return. Westover will be held pending wed from tho corporation. PLANE IS FLYING ON HER OWN POWER. Daring: Airmen, Missing Over 48 Hours, Are Reported Safe. MEMORIAL DAY Berlin Center To Observe Oeessloa With Appropriate Blvrelte*—Bev. Ur. H. L. Oeo>rge To Qtra Address. Ilerlln Center. O.. May 14.—Memorial day will be observed here May SO, the proitrttm a* follows: Purnde to cemetery at 10 a. m., led by Oreenford Band. Line of march—children, soldiers, K. of I's. and citlsens. Dinner served by Ladles Aid. At 2 p. m., an address will be delivered hy Rev. Dr. B. L. George, District superintendent of M. E. church, Canton district. Hall game at 4 n. m. FailB ULLSJE LAWS Msisltloa Municipal Peart Established —Became Law Withest Sigaatare. Ily Associated Prena to Ths Revlaw Columbus, O., May lt.—Four bills paimed by the legislature were permitted tn become laws today by expiration of the ten days' veto period. They wero filed ln the office of tho Secretary of State without the formal approval of Governor Cox. The bills were: By Matthews, establishing a municipal court In the city of Portsmouth. By Miller of Stark, establishing a municipal court ia ths city ot Massll- lon. By Brach, of Lucas, amending ths Toledo municipal court eact. By Lloyd, of Franklin, regulating the speed of motor vehicles. Ohio Gets Permission To Test Gas Statute. By Associated Press to Th* Rsvi*w Washington, D. C, May It.—Tha Supreme Court today granted tha states of Ohio and Pennsylvania permission to Institute original proceedings against the state of West Virginia to contest the validity of a state statute restricting ths transportation of natural gas into those adjoining. Tha oaas was mad* returnable October t, next. LEAPS INTO RIVKKi DROWNS. By Aaaoclated Prsss to Th* R*vi*w Daytop, O.. May 19.—Tha body of an unidentified man waa pulled from the river at the Webster street bridge this morning. He was seen to leap ln ths watsd last week, but efforts ta recover the body wero unavailing until the coat caught on aome trees along the rivers edge today. By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, Hay It.—The lost American Kaval Seaplane HT C 8, commended by Commsnder t. B. Towers, lost la mid-ocean slnre ill* Saturday morning, was todsy reported to the Navy Department proceeding toward Ponta Delgada, A lores, under her own power, seven ■ lies from land. This mea*sge was received at the Navy Department early this afternoon from Bear Admiral Jackson at Ponta Delgada i "The MCI, located seven miles north of Pools Delgsda under her own power." The message was filed at lit 10 p. m. Washington time aad while made ao mention of ths crew. CREW OF ILL FATED AMERICAN SEAPLANE N C-3; ROUTE OF TRIP AND THE PLANE HERSELF. LEFT TO RIGHT—LIEV'T. COMMANDER JOHN H. TOWERS. COMMANDING OFFICER; 1.IEIT. COMMANDER H. C. RICHARDSON, PILOT: LIEl'T. DAVID H. MrCl'M/H GH. PILOT; IIKIT. COMMANDER H. A. LAVENDER, RADIO OPERATOR; MACHINIST L. R. MOORE, ENGINEER; LIEl'T. J. G BRAXTON RHODES, RESERVE PILOT ENGINEER Map showing the route followed by the American planes on the trip from Trepassey, N F., to the Azores. The map shows the positions of the destroyers and battleships which were stationed along the course taken by Commander Tower's flying squadron. The N C-4, commanded by Lieutenant-Commander Read, was the first plane to reach the Azores, covering the distance of 1,200 miles in 15 hours and 18 minutes. It naval officers were certain that ( iimmsnder Towers aad kls five ■ea were safe. Details of the men'* experience In the plane dsrlng the ■ore then 48 hoars' time spent In fog aad storm were expected soon after Ue N C • reached t Ita Del* gada. Admiral Jacksoa's report was taken hero to mean that Commander Towers after baring beea forced to alight ea MM water by fog hsd beea Mitt aorthaard -aad eastward by the star* an til he was able to taxi Ut aggfl ta safety oa sar- faaa probably Mg miles from the point where fog forced him down when within a «hort distance of Ue "land fall" at Ua Asores. RKWABDS KINDNESS TO FLYER. By Associated Press to Ths Review Dayton. O.. May lt.—A brother of Lieutenant Giovanni Pirelli, Italian army aviator who waa killed la a flight here last winter, reached thia city today and made a gift of 1500 to loyal Italian societies as a testimony of his family's appreciation for attention paid to the dead aviator. This la tba ssc- ond gift at tha same amount given by tha family. "y Associated Pre** to Th* Review Posts Delgada, Asores, Bay It. -•(tits p. em.)—The missing American Baral Seaplane Net was sighted Ult aftarasot- seven mllea ontslde Ue Pouts Delgsda breakwater aader her owa power. By Aessoelatsd Pre** to Th* Review Washington, D. C, Bay 18.—The Navy Department was advised in dispatches received about boob today from Ponta Dslgsda that Ue NCI was definitely oat of Ua race because of damsge aad that Ue HI weald proceed to Litton and PlymonU. By Assoclsted Press to Th* R*vl*w Borta, Asores, Bay It.—The N C4 was tasisg ap Uis afternoon, preparatory tor Its flight ta Posts Delgsda. By Sssoclsfd Prsss to Ths Review London, England, May lt.—(10:2» a. m.)—American- naval authorities hers have received an offlciai report that the crew ot ths V. 8. Naval Seaplane NCI has beea rescued safely by Us American Warship Columbia. Lower—The N C-S which became-lost ln the fog and ls believed to be a total wreck. TWO AVIATORS DROWNED By Associated Press to The Review Chatham, Mass., Bay IS.—Ment A ostrich gad BacUalst Uendrlck- sen were drowned when a naval seaplane fell lata Us sea off here todsy. Ensign Everett P. Welsh was rescued. The men were from Ue naval air station here and were on a practice flight. Observers of Ua aeel* feat said Ue plaae weat Into a tall dive. Welsh was delirious when ' .ought ashore. FOUB REOCLAB DIVISIONS ORDERED TO SAO. BOON. By Assoclsted Press to Tbo Bartow Weashlngton. D. C May lt.—Tha Fourth. Fifth. Sixth, and Seventh Regular divisions have bsin released for return to the United States. General Pershing notified Ua war department today. The four divisions are to sail from Franco la June. Ths 10th and list division also will embark Uat month. Leagu* of Nations before July 1 Is not generally expected although much discussion meanwhlls Is planned. One of Ue flrat questions scheduled for disposition la Us woman suffrage resolution proposing a constitutional amendment. Tha two thirds -sots necessary for Its adoption ffi regardsd generally as certain tn thOThouss and -reasonably assured la tha awiste. Prohibition legislation for enfo&ement afs war time and tha psrmanent constitutional measures, ls expected ta receive early attention. Repeal of the war as wall aa the constitutional amend ment alao are to be urged- WANTED SO LABORERS. QOOD WAGES. APPLY U. 8. HOUSING CORPORATION. Fv Associated Press to The Review Horta, Azores, May It.—Tha crew of the NCI wgspicked up by ths Steamer lona Satv J[a>- afternoon after Uey had been tossJo about in Us water for Ave hours 1a their damaged plana. AO the members ware fatigued and suffering from seasickness when picked up. The plane is almost a total wreck By -Associated Prsss to Th* Review Washington, D. C, May lt.—Instructions to uss Us Seaplane N C 4 at Horta to search tor the missing Seaplane NCI and hsr crew have been sent Rear Admiral Jackson at Pants .Delgada by Rear Admiral Plunkett, commanding the destroysr force according to a message received today at tha Navy Department. AB the destroyers west of Ponta Delgada have been placed at Admiral Jackaona* disposal to search for Us missing plans By Assoclsted Press to Ths Rsvlsw Horta. Asores, May lt.—(10:tt a. m.) —Rear Admiral Plunkett on tha Cruiser Rochester at Lisbon has sent word hare suggesting that the Seaplane N C 4 loin in Ua search Uis morning tor tha missing NCt. This suggestion is believed here, however, to <hs Impracticable, becauas Ua searching seaplane would ba forced back by havy bead winds. Tan destroyers and tho Battleships Florida aad Texas wars scouring Us ssas this morning tor tehs NCI, which warn laat heard from ill miles northwest of Corvo at t:14 a. m. on Saturday. Unless Ua crew haa been picked up by a passing craft ar Uelr plane las-^sd near ons of the adjacent Islands and is unable to communicate, the safety of Commander Tosrsrs and his emen ,\ feared for hy naval men here because the heavy asaa and gales ot the last 41 hours, it ia thought, would have badly damaged and posalbly totally wrecked ths plane. All available warcraft hsvs been ordered to Join ln the search. The N C 4 which arrived at Horta ta perfect condition Saturday expects to start for Ponta Delgada during Ue forenoon but as she haa fuel enough NO BIG DROP IN PRICESJXPECTED Few Commodities Cheaper, Federal Reserve Board Bulletin Says. By Associated Press to Th* Review Washington, D. C, May lt.—Priest may not be expected to drop much in I the near future according to indications of reports reaching the Federal Reeserve Board. The reserve board's bulletin for May, says that apparently "the business community has glvsn up Ue thought lt may profitably await a further considerable reduction In prices shd Is now contenting Itself with the development of trade along lines dependent upon at least the temporary maintnance of existing levela" Though prices of a few commodities have fallen slightly these declines have j been selected to become assistant at not yet been effected ln retail prices, | torney general to succeed Huston says the review. Thompson, resigned to become federal "What is now happening," it adds, "seems to .ndlcate that business will, after a period of Initial re-adjustment in prices, proceed upon a level not far removed from that, established during Ua war." Austrian Peace Envoys SEE SHAKE-UP IN Col. Lindsley Resigns—Says Restraints Constitute Colossal Failure. DAVIS IS SELECTED Cleveland Attorney is Appointed Assistant Attorney General. By Associated Tress to Tne Itevlew Washington. D. C, May 19.—C. B. Ames, of Oklahoma City, has been chosen by Attorney General Palmer as assistant in charge of trust prosecutions to succeed U. Carroll Todd, resigned. Frank Davis, Jr., of Cleveland, has trade commissioner. Bv Associated Prena tn The Review Columbus, O., May 19.—Frank Davis, Jr., who has been named assistant U. S. Attorney General, formerly was special counsel In the office of the Ohio Attorney General. He served under former Attorney Oeneral T. 8. Hogan. Be- Present Credentials. \*ota going in with a Cleveland law firm he was Governor Cox's special representative in matters connected with the selective military service. It Is understood Uat he rejected appointment as a member of the Ohio. Industrial Commission. By Assoclsted Pres* to The Review St Germaln-En-Laye, May 19.—The exchange of credentials between representatives of the Allied and Associated powers and Ue Austrian peace delegates took place at 1:10 o'clock this afternoon The session lasted four minutes. LORA hELLEY HOME. Miss Lora Kelly at Ua American Re/I Cross, who was stationed nine months in Rome, Italy and vicinity as publicity writer for the tuberculosis unit arrived at Ue home of her parents, Mr. and Mra James Kelly Friday morning. Lora was ln active work for the Red Cross aad will give the Reiew a brief story soon Uat will be of Interest to our readers. By Associated Press to The Review Weashlngton, D. C, May 19.—Ths wai ] risk insurance bureau through which 4.000,000, soldiers or their dependents received payments of insurance, allotments or compensation was ln process of sudden re-organization today through the appointment of R. A. Chol- moley-Jones, formerly a New York business man now a colonel ln the bureau's section ln France, as director to succeed Colonel Henry D. Lindsley who resigned yesterday ln a clash with Secretary Glass ln which he charged the treasury department with placing re strainst on the organization which were making lt a "colossal failure." Secretary Glass In a public statement has made a vigorous reply to Colonel Llndslcy's charges and the changes are said to forecast a thorough shakeup of the big bureau which bears a closer home relation to the soldiers than any other agency of the government. Clouds of charges have been hovering over the bureau for months and congressional investigation is expected. FARM PLATTED. Ths Taylor, Wald. Duffy Company of Clsveland who recently purchased n farm of IM acres of James I, aad George M. Rickard located about three mllea north of Ue city have platted the same, and are now grading Ua streets and allays on Us land preparatory to placing them upon the market. The land Is located on Us C. A. and M. V. Electric lina THK AUTO TIRE * SUPPLY. M SO. LINDEN. NAB AN INPORrANT ANNOUNCEMENT ON PAOE S. WANTED — JOB COMPOSITOR. REVIEW PUBLISHING CO. (Continued on Page t) WANTED—LINERS AND DECAL GIRLS. GOOD WAGEB RANI TO LEARNERS. SAXON CHINA CO, SEBRING, OHIO. 7* B-M W-NI •»> FOR SALS*-DODGE TOURING ICAR IN FINE CONDITION. ' M9X0H SERVICE CO. ORDER REASOTTMEXT OP IHCOME TAX LAW By Assoclsted Prsss to Ths Revisw Weashlngton. D. C, May It.—Tbe Supreme Court today ordered a re-argument of test proceedings involving Ue constitutionality of provisions of ths income tax act of Itlt, taxing stock dividends aa Income. Arguments will bo beard next fall. TWO OHIO SOLDIERS. KILLED By Aaaoclatad Press to Th* Review Washington. D. C, May It.—The names of two Ohio privates killed in action were ta today's casualty Hat. They wars: Ralph McKinley Thompson. Ula Thompson. Onedia, Ohio; Norman M. Heed, George E. Reed. R. F. D. No. I, Long Bottom. Meigs county, Ohio. MASONIC DANCE AT SEBRING TEMPLE TUESDAY EVENING, MAY ML ALLIANCE MASONS SPECIALLY INVITED. Rumania and Russia Have Declared War By Associated Prsss to Ths Rsvlew London, England. Sunday. May 18 — Owing to Aumania's .disregard of Ue ultimatum from the Russian soviet government demanding an evacuation of Hessarabla. a state of war exists between Russia and Rumania, according to a wireless disepatch from Moscow received here. Bolshevik troops havs crossed the Dneister river In the Tir- as>pol district where they have defeated the Rumanians and occupied Tchgrut- chl and Bender, the dispatch saya AUSTRALIAN FLYER SAID TO BE ISO MILES FROM IRISH COAST NFEHLESS FLIGHT Hawker, In Sopwith Plane, Reported Nearing Destination After Daring Trip Across the Atlantic—Conflicting Statements On His Position—Left St. Johns, New Foundland, Yesterday On Non-Stop Trip Over the Trackless Sea. Conflicting reports oa Ue progress of Aviator Hanker, Ue Australian flyer,.on his flight across the Atlsntlc have beea received from London. One said he was WO miles off Ue Irish roast at I p. m. (London time), while at i p. at. (London time) ha wss reported 140 miles from Ua Irish coast, making It appear that he aad flowa SM miles In sn hoar, aa ob-rloas Impossibility. By Assoclsted Pre** to The Review London, England, May It.—Ths manager ef Ue HopwIU Airplane rompsny received a report at fire o'clock Ult attends that Avltaor Hawker was IM miles oft Ireland at t p. at. today. The air ministry annoon-ced shortly after b o'clock Uat It had ao confirmation of Ue report Uat Hawker was off Ireland at 1 o'clock this afternoon. By Aessoelatsd Pres* to The Review London. England, May IB.—Harry O. Hawker In his airplane on the trans- Atlantic flight haa been sighted off Ireland, according to an unofficial report received by the American navy here. The SopwlU Airplane company have received a report that Hawker was 500 miles Off ths Irish coast at I p. m. Naval and military lookouts on Us western coast ot Ireland reported at two o'clock, this afternoon that they had eseen no sign of Hawker. London anxiously awaited news of the aviator but up to four o'clock there was no offlciai confirmation of Ua report that he hsd bean sighted oft Ireland. A map shop in Fleet street this afternoon waa showing a ahart purporting to glvs Hawker's position at 4:10 o'clock a. m. at about lassitude II, latitude 9A There is nn .fonflrmatlon ot 1Mb report, aowavar.. lr<Mn any other sourba. The two reports from London concerning tht sighting of Hawker probably are Rot conflicting as might appear at first glance. It seems likely that the report received by the American naval authorities cams from some distance at sea, Ua expression "off Ireland" not necessarily Indicating the aviator's close proximity to land. By Asseclstsd Press to Th* Review St. Johns, -N. P., May IS.—A report was received here at noon today (10:0 a. m. New Tork time) that Harry O. Hawker's Bopwith biplane had been sighted Oft the Irish coast. There was great rejoicing by his assistants here and Frederick P. Raynham, his rival, whose trans-Atlantic start cams to grief here yesterday, nnni'-aliairly a*ala- led congratulations. By Associated Press In The itevlew New York. N. Y, May 19. ofltclals of the naval communicutieen servta-e tutet of the Hritisli ministry nt .e.iii|'|iniK we-iai without advii-e up in D.iM u. in laiiUiy regarding the trans Atlanlta- air \.•> - age of Harry (J. Ilawki-r ami i'eimnuiii- der Mackenzie (Irleve who la-t'i New Foundland fur Ireland yesterday lu a SopwlU biplane. By Associated Preaa io The Itevlew St. Johns, N. I-"., May 1!> N.a word regarding the progress nf the traus- Atlantlc fllBht aaf Harry <:. Hawker. Australian a viator, uinl Commander Mackenzie (Irieve In iln'lr Snpwlth plane had !>ern recelveal hrre up lai 7:10 a ni. (Six a. in. Alliance, Ohln, time) today. The radius of Ihe sinRle-enplned biplane's direct wireless communications with shore was passed after the machine had lieen In the air Iwo hours. but assistants here who held a watch party at the Mount Pearl airdrome throughout the night had Imped to receive messages by relay front ships at sea. It was the plan of Commander Orleve to bend the airplane's enurse to follow the seasonal trans-Atlantlo steamship lane. Howsver, the absence of reports was not a cause of anxiety by the aviator's friends, who explained that the wireless transmitting se(, never tested In flight, may have failed just ns a similar set did by burning out during a trial trip. By Associated Press to The Revisw Brooklands, Knaland. May 19.—Tha report* received this afternnn that Harry O. Hawker who flew from New Foundland yesterduy In his Sopwith airplane, ha/I been sighted off Ireland were received with Ihe ureatest enthu- siasm hare where Sopwith headquarters Are located. Sn confident were HawlRr's friends that he would succeed In his trans-Atlantic flight that as soon as his departure was announced, arrangements were made for his reception. Mrs. Hawker, wife of Ihe aviator, and: her daughter, were among tha many who came to Itromklnnds this afternoon In anticipation nf Welcoming him, as It was known to Mr*. Hawker that her husband Intended to make directly for the Hrooklanris airdrome If he found lt possible. Br ASSOe|st*d Press to The Itevlew St. Johns, N. F., May 19. - In Ihe nh- sencs of any word from Hurry O. Hawker and Commander Mai-Ki-nzle (Irieve on their death-defying fliKhl to reach the Irish coast, navlaators and aviators here early today sought the weather reports received from vessela In mld- (Contlnued on I'aite 10 ) Tiraspol Is situated on the Dneister river 63 miles northwest of Odessa Bender Is on Ue west side of the Dneister and 58 miles from Odessa. WOMAN SUFFRAGE GOES TO TOP OP HOUSE CALESDAB. By Assoclsted Press to Ths Review Washington, D. C, May 19.—The woman's suffrage constitutional amend ment got to top place today on Ue House calendar. By general agreement Representative Mann's joint re- >solution, similar to the measure passed laat session by. Us House and defeated in Us Senate was designated number L MB AHERIC£ff HTFAHTRT WILL SOOlf LEAVE RUSSIA By Associated Presa to The Review Archangel Russia, Sunday, May 11.— Arrangements are under way to begin Us transportation to England of Us MtU American Infantry within ten days' time. WANTED—GIRL OR MIDDLE AOED WOMAN FOR —USUAL MOUSE- WORK IN FAMILY OF THREE. CALL AT 434 E. OXFORD ST. FOR SALF OR RENT—HOUSE OF eight rooms *hb\ baU wtth all modern conveniences. Call at 405 W. Cambridge. Taken broken watches to Sharer AN EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY. It will'pay yoa to see Ue educational and salary raising exhibit of Ue International Correspondence Schools. .All next week in Ue window of Portner's Drug Store, "corner Arch snd Main. E. E. Harraman, district representative. SPECIAL MEETING OF MEM- BERS OF CHAMBER OF COM- MERCE AT THEIR ROOMS MONDAY EVENING, S O'CLOCK. MATTERS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE WILL BE DISCUSSED. W. H. RAMSEY, PRES. AUTO ELEC. REPAIRERS .Want an A-i Solicitor. PROMOTIONS IN ARMY Advances Will Be Placed on a Pre-War Basis, By Associated Press to The Review Camp Sherman, Chllllcothe, O., May 19.—Promotions in Us army here, _t will be the case elsewhere, no longer are to be given merely for "past service," but will be on Us pre war basis according to sn announcement Just made. The war department says officers may be given rank appropriate to command ln case of line officers, or staff officers will get actual employment, as far ss possible. Officers soon to be discharged are not to be promoted. Officers discharged today Included Colonel F. S. Vu Oorder ot Warren Commander of Ue 14EU Infantry; Valor F. W. Marcoln of the same regiment; Captains I. I. Toder, J. H. Willis E. P. Kama. L. W. Moore and O. M. l-'nger. together with sight first llsuten ants and eight second lieutenants. Eleven hundred and sixty nine en listed men were discharged during Ue day. German President Says Peace Treaty Will Not Be Signed RAISES CEXTENART QUOTA. By Associated Presa to Th* Review Dayton, O. May 19—Raper M. E church of Uis city was ths first church of the denomination here to meet lt* quota in Ue Methodist Centenary drive the sum of 135.000 has been pledged by this congregation. ESTER DECREE FOB A. P. By Assoclsted Press to The Revisw New Tork. N. T.. May 19—The suit brought by ths Associated Press sgalnst the International News Service ln Ua United States District Court came upon the calendar today and a decree was entered for the complainant. THE AUTO TIRE A SUPPLY. SS SO. LINDEN, HAS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ON PAGE 3. SPECIAL MEETING OF MEMBERS OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AT THEIR ROOMS MONDAY EVENING, S O'CLOCK. MAT- TER8 OF VITAL IMPORTANCE WILL BE DISCUSSED. W. H. RAMSEY, SUES. WANTED—DRIVER FOR FORD TRUCK. APTLY NATIONAL LAUNDRY A CLEAN ING CO. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Declarations thst Germany will not acquiesce in tha demands made upon her by Ue peace treaty continue to come from high sources in Us German government. President Ebert is quoted today ln Berlin dispatches as having reiterated at a Sunday demonstration ln Berlin Ust Us peace terms never would be signed by Germany. Meanwhile Ue uncertainty that had prevailed over the status of Count Von Brockdorff-Rantsau head of Ua Oerman peace mission, haa been solved. Tbe Count, who left Paris Saturday for Spa to meet government representatives from Berlin and wbo lt was reported Bight not return because of differences In Ua determination of Germany's peace policy is back ln VeraaiUss. He returned there this morning, aa likewise did Herr Landsberg and Herr Oles- bert, two other members of the mission who want to Berlin last week for consultations. Thslr return makes Us personnel of the German delegation at Verasillaa again complete. Germany's note to relation to Ue status of her religious missions in foreign lands waa token up by ths Council of Pour at lu masting Uis morning. Ths details of Its proposals have not been made public. The Council also planned to consider matters relatlvs to Bulgaria and Turkey. Tha term* of peace probably will not be presented to Ua Austrian delegation until late ln Ue weak. Tha presentation of Ue Austrian's credentials waa set for I o'clock Uis afternoon. Dispatches from Paris Indicate that no further effort would be made by Ua Allies to provide food for the Russian people aa a result of ths refusal of M. Tchitcherln. Ue Bolshevik foreign minister of Russia, to meet tbe Allied conditions which -stipulated that Ue Bolshevik would cease making war on countries adjacent to Russia Premier Paderewskl, of Poland, Is expected to srrivs ln Parte Thursday. Tho crisis which has developed ia Uis country. It ia believed ia peace conference circles, eaa be adjusted so Uat M. Paderewskl will retain office ss Premier. A dispatch from Paris says that he may ask Uat Poland ba released Itles with the Ukraine. A truce was recently arranged lietween Poland and the Ukraine but recent reports have declared that Simon 1'etlura, the Ukrainian peasant leader, has gone over to the Bolshevlkl. By Associated Prsss to Th* Review Berlin, Germany, Sunday, May 18.— President Ebert ln addressing a demonstration here today said Germany "would never sign the peace terms." The demonstration wan held ln the Lustgarten and was attended by a great crowd. President Ebert described the ■peace terms as "the product of the enemy's revengeful hysteria," and added: "Foreign countries will not permit the proscription of Germany. They will raise their voices with us that this peace of enslavement which we will never sign shall not coma to pass." By Associated Pres* to The Review Paris, France, May 19.—The Impression prevailed ln peace conference circles today that the peace treaty will Austria would not be presented during tha currant week. The drafting of ths document ls taking longer than was anticipated. By Assoclsted Pre** to The Review Versailles, France, May 19.—Count Von Brockdorff-Rantzau, head of the German pea.ee mlasion, who left for Rpa on Saturday night returned to Ver- sailles Ula morning. Hs was accompanied by Herr Landsberg and Herr Gles- berts. two other members of the delegation who hsd been to Berlin. With the plenlpotentarles were General Von Becht. military expert an-1 about forty oUer persons. By Associated Pres* to Th*-Revl*w Paris, Fran«, May 19—Count Von Brockdorff-Rantzau, head of the German peace mission, who left this city for Spa on Saturday night will return to Versailles at noon today, according to a Havas report. By Assoclsted Pres* to The R«vl*w Pari*. France, May 10.—The Council of Four met this morning. The German note on the status of the German religious missions and further details of Bulgarian and Turkish affairs were to OO ai—J OMn UM,^ rwt—ll. ai, laeajaaiii, —- — io—. •—•* ■*««» - —. —•-.. from promises made relative to ho*til-|be considered at the meeting FOR SALE—NEW MAHOGANY AND GREEN LEATHER, THRU PIECE PARLOR SUITE AND STAND. WILL TAKE LIBERTY BONOS. REASON FOR BELLING. BELL PHONE S27-R. FOR SALE—SMALL ROADSTER, $75j00 CALL BELL PHONE 1109-W, BETWEEN • AND 7 P. M. Taka ta Sharer SPECIAL MEETING OF MEMBERS OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AT THEIR ROOMS MONDAY EVENING, S O'CLOCK. MATTERS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE WILL BE DISCUS6ED. W.H.RAMSEY, PRE8. LABORERS WANTED. LAM BORN FLORAL CO. Taka broksn Jswslry to Sharer nfj-. *,Jh¥*ii^»*^,-imk«^ ~a~---i--ta\ltt\j_i_\nrr^^
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-05-19|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||May 19, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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VOL XXXI.. No. :n
IN THE JWAJORITY
G. O. P. In Saddle After
Eight Years—Face Reconstruction Tasks.
SPEAKER OF HOUSE.
Proclamation Calling Extra
.Session Is Read by
ALLIANCE, OHIO, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1919.
TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK.
BERGER NOT ALLOWED || J J 5|f[. ONLY
Ily Anni'i-lali-el 1'rea* to Tti* Review
Woal.it.gi'm. l> I" . May 19.—When
ei..- reirne eef Viator Iterger of Wlescon-
ii.ii waa .-ailed jit the hou**, to-a-lay as
i-w me-mt>ers were iworn in, Hepre-
-aa-i.lat!ve 1 wtllinger, of Massachusetts
Republican e halrman of the election*
e eemttiatiee. aea-oretlng to a pre arranged
pi an form-Lilly ' hallenged hla right to
I..- eeaaated llerRer is appealing from
i m er tune conviction worker of the
-a ..ei :iee;i|e< when he appeared with his
.-. age law
ike-r ilillett directed Berger tr
delegation for the oath and refus-
reer agnize when he tried to speak
matter of personal privilege.
Commander Towers and
Crew Making for Ponta
.»»• Ae*aoclat*d Preps to Th* luvlew
'"* \Va«hlngton. U. <'. May IK— Prompt
ly st noon today the
n of congreiui got smoothly under
way. With Republican* In the majority In both branches, the leader* plunged Into the work of organization.
In both House ami Semite, the program well errangeii In advance, alarted
off egs It had been planned. \ lee president Marshal presided in the latter and
(1erk -South Tremble in the former. The
aiauel prayer* and then the reading of
President Wilson* proi lamatlon pre-
■eded the tailing of the roll*. Then
the Houw pro..-. .led f. the l.ualncu of
'electing a aiM-ak.-i Ui-prcwnlatlve <1U
letl of MaiHHai -hum-Ms an.I the Senate
turned to elc-uing .1 President pro tempore. Senator I'ummlns of Iowa.
By a majority of U\- vol -a,. the re
publicans took control of the Senate,
electing Beiaat.er I'timiiiina President
pro tempore and defeating Senator Key
Pltlman of Nevada. Democrat by a record vote of 47 to t~.
The business of swearing In new
Senators, was dl.i|>os«d of tiul< kly aa
they came to the vie president's deak
tn fount. .In the llouso where there
were a greater number of new members
It took longer. All Ihe Republican Senators were present, four Democrats
In the House a flood of. bills relating to score* of subja-i is wre lo»sawl Into A great waale basket provided for the
occasion As ex|M'i-ted. a large number proposed re|ieal of war taxes, and
return of public utilities taken over by
In (he llouso the HepubUcang effected organization by electing Representative Frederick Glllett of Meassachu-
aetts speoker over I'hamp Clark of Missouri. »iienker for the last eight years.
Tiio "reconstruction congress" aa-
Sembie e1 In cxtroardlnnry aeasion at
noun today, untb-r the call issued by
President Wilson from Part* May 1,
marks the return lo power of the Ils-
puhlli una and loss by iho Democrats of
oontrol over the iiiitlniutl legislative
body. Organization of both Senate
and House by the new majority was today's principal business.
The Immediate work before the con-
(ress, the sixty sixth of the American
republic la passage before July 1 ot seven regular annual appropriation bills
which failed In the filibuster last March
After that will come consideration of
|he peace treaty and covenant of the
■jue of Nations, and railroad, shtp-
rplng. revenue, "woman suffrage, prohibition, army and navy and much other
legislation. Many Investigations practically Into war activities also are expected.