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There isn't any real secret about it. Volume of Bales alone permits small profits. Read As amg. Buy advertised things. NTHE AIlLMCElRiVlM^ .AND LEADER THE WEATHER. ' Thunder -showers this afternoon er tonight; Saturday probably feir, little change fer tomporcturo. Ba<rometer SSJS| temperature SC at 10 a. nv, SlSBBj ■£* VOIs. XXXI-.NO. 27a. TWENTT-TWO PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNg 20, 1919. TWO GENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. «VENTYTW0Y0UN6 PEOPLE GflKOUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL Especially Pleasing Was ftawnsl Commencement %<" Exercises. -1 HIGH STANDING IN THE STUDIES Brigadier General Vollrath Gives Admirable Address %. to the Claaa. HONOR ROLL. Seventy two members composing the graduating class of 1»1», Alllaaee high school, received their dlplemss Thursday evening. Three ethers, who undsr normal -conditions ef sosBVy jtoMld baas beea to the eleee were net forgotten. They hsd answered tha ooun- try*e cell to the eervlee af war end one, Lerln Wilson, had mede tha euperema sacrifice. Twelve aistohsrs sf ths slsss er sixteen .per cent ef the number bed aa overage grade for the four year operas ef to snd above. Their asmss and gredee follow: Clayton SwaUea ..SS AUeea Klmes .........el Mary U. amMT.~u.Mi__?, at M . Oaaaae Lrea . Versa Cauls* Teawa MM ■ Gladys S-taakhes Usase JWBJei ................... .''.'."^.'.'r:.".'.'.'.'i5v, som ...........saii s^.y.v.v^SmmM —TDswthtor ............SI One.Cler.nce Trueadale, received honorable mention, ba having oompleted the four yesr courss In three yeare end having a grade ef St aw eeat. Commencement exercises of the Al- liance high -school were held Thursday evening, tbese at the Cplamhia Theatre. Ther were largely attended, tbe theatre praotically being filled to capacity. Tha program was a moot pleasing ons, la some essentials the exercises being thi best ever held la the dty*e history sad ss ta theee lt msy be eeld there baa beea none that Sid aot rank high sad prove a pride ead inspiration ta tbe people. -' Ba- sponsible fer-those of last evening seeming best Is das lsrgely te tae spirit ot lbs tar and \tlme ln whleh ws are, tta aew thought wrought-by wsr playing ga Important bart throughout. Tha Claee Speakers. ■___&___ ISMiiisiinllsi the class warn tour speakers. Marion Eldon Outhrle, Ver- aa Shrelyn Curtice, Harold George Orimee gad Mary Alleen Klmes aad splendid addressee ward tbey aU, each commanding the closest ot attention aad winning tha hssrty plaudits ot the r Claee Addr* Marion Eldon Guthrie, tta Stat speaker had SB Mb subject, "Making WSr Planes." Ba spoke ot tbe little knowledge of svlsUon tta people ot SmsrtgB hsd st the time they were drawa Into the great war; told ot tte making of spproprlaUons of money far tta purpose aaa of tha building of planee; of the materials used aad tha men sad women employed la tta woife Ha spokS of the -construction sad testing ot the engines and told of the great number af planee that would have ham oompleted br tta beginning of tta year bad tte war continued. Tba Oermaaa. through their system of splee bad learned of tta work being done, he ssld, sad thto he believed contributed largely la tto way to tta signing ot tha armistice. Within a few months America had accomplished what Germany had deae In forty yeara of Balll-tary preparation. Mlae Tenia duties, the second speaker bad aa feereubjeet, "Tha Poet- rr at tret." Maay at tbe great world CBS living through tta age, aad ding for humanity were inspired br mat, shs ssld. The Impulses af poetry was noted la many soldiers. In them wss breathed tta vision af ths spirit ttsd called them te duty, la every war poet, chriattan morality eras Instilled, sad msar of tta poems wig win tttt'through tts egee. She told of the greet number of poems written during tha war, one volume compiled alone enatslnlng over 6,000 poeiBi Utile ta tta aar of poetry tta said had beea artilsa br Oermanr aad what Ssw poeme there were hsd embodied a hatred for'Other countries, rather thaa a lora tor their own. -The Public Heelth- wes tha snb- tost of tte address af Harold George Orimee. America during tte war hae discovered problems sa regards dls- ' ease aever asters realised aad la regard to theee problems waa the speaker* thought He told of some of theee dlseoveriee end of the .work that was being toao la tte treaUag gad combatting 4>f diseaae. Upon three UieidSS. bi nMlfcsTTirTIi Iff - — munlty depends, tha home, tbe school tha alto; He gave statlstlee as to gad contended ttat tta subject - hara attention ta the aarrleu- of tta aahaMS -is well sa ttat idles.' Health Is sa essen- tfiil m_Wt -to eaoceee, he ssld. aad educattfeh comprehends tha, whole man. The price of health la eternal vigilance. He hsHeiit health oould be relsed to Bach a staadarfl ttat America would bs tbe admiration at URGES ALLIES TO SOD FOOD TO BALTIC STATES tta world. \__a**mwrattemt ]tt World Peace" THE BELMONT COUNTV PICNIC ad reunion via bo hsM^tts Mat RockhlU Park. -:_\l_ Ag Associated Press to Tbe Review Parla Framse. Thuraday. Jun* It.— Colonel WsitweS Cassu. ehlet of tb. American military mission to tbe Bel- tic states, who left Riga June IS ead Lelbau June 11, en hla return to Paris, told tte Baltic commlaalon today that ShB Allies etaoud Immediately extend food relief to the Baltic states, sead officers to Insure tbe enforcement ef the Allied ultimatum ttat Gorman artniea there b. withdrawn and prevent the Bolsheviki from again over-running the statea after the Germans have SA. \Colonel Green aays ther. probably are 11.000 regularly organised Oerman soldlera in Latvia -and Lithuania, under tte command ef' General Con Dergolts. In 'addition there amt several thousand Oermans and Qorman-Bnasisns. under Major Fletcher, military dictator of Riga, who apparently are net undsr orders from Oeneral Von Dergolts. ' HO declared that the present Lettish end Lithuanian government are mere creations ot Oermany and dependent on her for money and organisers. Hs reports that the reign of terror was ths bolsheviki Instituted before withdrawing from Latvia waa far worse ♦ban tbat begun by tbe Letta and Oer.nane la retaliation. Tbe Bolsheviki, he -stated, aOled 17.000 men and women ot sll -ages, many et whan tbe American mission saw lying ln tte stream when lt visited Riga, tte flret time on May 21. Major Fletcher, who Imprisoned 4400 alleged agitators .and executed 100 aald tbat lt probably would ba necessary to shoot 400, mors. Colonel Green aays that many of theee prisoners . are undoubtedly murders WOu|d be executed by any government, but fjrir Male was* not given tbem aer were they, furnished with good quarters tatH after the intervention ot tts Allied missions Conditions la Riga sears found to be improved when the Americana returned on June 11. They Inspected tte tnWl. which were found to be clean, aad women prisoners had been segregated under the ears of a matron. Trials were being conducted by mixed courts of Letts, Ruaatana and Oermans The Allied officers fear a recurrence of Bol-ihevlk attache as tte result ef their euccesses against tte Kolchak forces, which will release troops that will be rushed to tbe ■Volga district. PEACE TOT IS 214 PAGES LONG Alterations and Amendments Increase Volume by. Five Payee. By Associated Prase to Ths Review Paris, Prance,1 Thursday, June 11.— The alterations and amendments, incorporated by the Council of Four ta the revised treaty make it a eoesewhat longer document thaa th. draft originally submitted to tbe Oermans aad published to the United States It now comprises 114 pages, Ave mors thea tbe original, and even this wee effected by closer paging. Ae St first arranged, toe nsw Instrument still contains the original 14 pans and 440 -artlelea The article assuring Silesia ooal and minerals to German industry now reads:—* "Poland undertakes to permit tor a period ot fifteen years ths exportation to Osiineiij of the prgd>*eto dajpl""* in any part Of Upper -Sties* transferred to Poland, tn accordance -with the present 11 tots, without export duties er restrictions, and permit tbe Oermans to purchase these products ee tte eases torsos SB tts Poles". Ia the revised draft, "tha principal Allied aad Aasociatsd powers*, undertake to establish Danrig aa a free dty. Tbls language ln whloh tbe responsibility et the five great powers (pr tts original phraseologly declaring .merely jttSt "Dangle to established So a tree cRy**. Th. now article which replace the original provision tor the disarmament ot Oermany, number IIS, providing tor reduction to a specified point within two months aow reeds In tts Engiiah version:— :__.'" "Up to the time at whloh Oermanr la admitted -as a member of the League of Nationa, the German army shell aet posses armament greater thea that fixed ln the toUe submitted In thle treaty." and continues:— "Oermany asree. that after .she has become a member ef to League of Vt. tlona, tbe armamenta fixed by the table -Shell remain In foroe until modified by tbe council, of the lstgue. Fiulhes- more, ahe hbreby sgisss strictly to observe th« deciatone c< the council hs thle reapect'ee^ej- V,%~- FORCE OF 2H45Q FOK BORER DUTY Recruit Drive Ordered to Get Army far Mexican Service. WILL REPLACE MEN WHOSE TIME IS UP Villa Nat to Make Reprisals for Tank's Expedition. wss the subject Of Mlse MBIT Aileen Klmes. Ths wss Is now ovar. said Miss Klmes, aad wa are living la a aew aaa aad the task Is to prepare tor pesos. Tbe tide of education roach ai higher than ever before aad the lasae before the world to aow a covenant of nations or Bolshevism. Millions of Europe, -she said, amid tta wreckage of tbelr homes, look SB America tor tbe hove sad are muet prove ourselves equal to tha task. The greeteet bettlee that ever vara fought, were fought by the ssotherh of ttaSi aad n-sver again she pBht mast the mothere bear the burdens ef wsr. A covenant af nationa was the greeteet document caaaitvsd aad formed etaee the writing of the doctors tkm of Amerieaa Independence, It breathing tte spirit of the world aad the age." Tbe class addreee waa given by Brigadier GenoaO • Bdwerf Votlrsth of Bu<cyTus, and wes a noteworthy ed- dreee. every thought end every attsr. ence showing that It welled tnrtr Owes tha beast . __t__ GeaeraS Vollrath Is aot a stranger to Alliance people. Aa a member ef tba Ohio bar aad sa sble Jurist bs tbe legal men at the atty while to a military way ha baa beea assoelated with Alllaaee people tor tte past M yeare in his oonnectlea with oar -owa Co. A_-iA mat lnd*e<jS pleasure to have him to AUiance St bis address ar Iti ATLANTIC PISH CO. (Meat aad Arab Sta) BLUTEN BREAD*. TOMS ERY. Sit B. MAIH ST. BAK> GRAY BAS8. 2 Ibe. WHITE PISH, to.;.. PHONE ORDERS. as. mi. Washington. D. C, Juns 10.—Announcement was made today that Secretary Baker had authorised the recruiting ot 11,410 men tor service on the Mexican border. They will replace ssea enlisted tor tbe wer emergency -and aew eligible tar discharge. Msn will be enlisted tor tte following arms and corpe, not to-exceed the names indicated:—White Infantry S.- 000; Infantry (negro) 1,000; Cavalry, 10,001; Field artillery 1,000: engineers 100; medical oorpa 1,100; ordnance 160; signal corps 100: air eenrtoe BOO. Bad Quartermaster corps 1,40a. By IsesBstod Press to Tbe Review Bl Paso, Texas,; June is*—Vina will saake no rsprlsala upon American pro- party a«d lives in Mexico because American troops drove hla men back from tta border Saturday night, a Courier from Villa's camp asar Villa Ahumada. who arrived here laat night on an Important mlseliin declared. By Associated Press to The Review El peso, Texaa Juns thr—With Mexican federal troops moving to a number of districts where Americans ere st work tn Mexico sad wltb local officiate of both aides taking a more optlm- latio view ot tha situation as a result et ennouncemeota Treat Waahlngton -that tba Mexican federal government would aet to protect Americana trom aar possible violence, tbe situation on tbe border appeared more quiet today than tor eome time past. Flv. baadred Mexican federal troops started yesterday to protect too Ameriean mormon colonies aear Casas Qran- des today were well on their wey In thet direction. - 1 On the American aide ot tbe border, military dispositions remained much as they amg yesterday. Scattering bands of Villa asm hav* been reported from various pdinte along ths Border, aat little'lmeportanoe is attaches to their appearance es It le not thought they -are acting according to aar pre-ear- ranged plan,"but merely aa stragglers from Tina's command dispersed Ameriean treepe earlier in the week. With a force of airplanes here, lt teas expected scouting flights would be undertaken on a considerable scale today. The flret flight waa started yesterday by Major Edgar Tobin, having located a small number ot men supposed to hgVMa sdhsssata STATEMENT IS FUSE Secretory tt Chsssher ef Commerce Deales Caavsssss's Reprsssato -fleas. TO correct a false statement which la being told by oertain canvassers,, that tbey ere representing the Chamber ef Commerce in the Information they seek this denial le Issued. Persons who represent themselves as employed by tbe Chamber ef Commeroe .aro visiting homea in the city and asking ths houee wife euch questions aa: "Do you MM pact Do sea use eleotridtyt Are you to favor of prohibition? Are you satisfied with tbe police force of tbe dty," -BM 'kindred questions, and then ask the question "Whet la your opinion is the greatest need of Alliance". Ae a climax tta queetlon la naked: "Does the dty need a change In administration" T Usually tbe oae questioned be oomss Interested to know why an theee questions, and when aaked tta Object Of -such lnqulrlee tbe canvasser etnas "it Ib at ths request ef WA Chamber af Commerce ead bualness atoa ot tbs olty". r W. J. Rose, secretary at the Chamber ef Commerce when aaked regarding tha above aald: "Deny the that the Chamber of Commerce Drys to Carry Referendum 1 Fight to Highest Tribunal Undismayed by Reversal in Lower Court, Anti-Saloon Leagae Leadere Will Make New Effort to Prevent Referendum. By AeeeslBtsil Press to The Review Columbua, O, JunsTSO.—Dry leader, todsp wen preparing to carry thslr fight to prevent a referendum on tte federal prohibition amendment to the higher courts to attempt to obtain reversal of tbe decision rendered yesterday by Onsnonin Plena Judge B. B. Dillon in th. suit brought by Oeorge S. Hawks of Cincinnati, to pswvent the Secretary of State from accepting a referendum petition. Judg. Dillon h.ld that a referendum on tbe emend- ment la permlssabla. James A. White, superintendent ef OhO Anti-Saloon League stated today that tte eaas will be rspseled forthwith. Ba said tt is probable it wfll be decided finally by the Supreme Court Ot the United Statea. Judge Dillon's decision alao would permit a refaten- dum on the federal woman suffrage amendment. White declared tbat the decision of the State Supreme Court .In holding ttBt the State Liquor I Inewss Board and oounty boards went oat ef office May tt whan toe State prohibition -amendment became operative sustained tbs contention of the drys that there HH machinery to enforce prohibition. While the court only announces Ms decision as to whether the office of liquor license eemmlsdoners were, abolished, Whlto ssld he hoped the court would pass upon the queetlon of whether penal sections of the license law still are to effect ln Its written decision.- JUDGE UTTERS PROTEST Telle Union Men Judges Try to Oe Their Sworn Duty, Sr I seeds I nl Prase to The Review Springfield, O., Juna 10.—la a telegram whloh was sent to Samuel Gompers, president ot the American Federation At Labor, aad mm made public here today, Frank W. Oeiger, Judge of tbe local common pleaa court, objected tp the passage ot a memorial by tha federation, to seasioa at Atlantlo Ctty. ta which tha JaSWaiy of tha country la described aa "exercising powers more tyrannical thaa eay assumed by tbe most tyrannical despot ever known to. history" aad "ths sinister Influence whloh to sapping tts Ufa from oar institutions and creating tta worst bnttpat autocracy." Judge Oeiger expressed tha hope that the prees accounts ti tta resoluttoa are Incorrect hat eald that. If lt fag^ssn adopted, he wishes to voice a protest which will go up from thousand ot haaato judges, who with loyalty aat devotion to ■■SiUisn institutions and interests of the people -sre attempting to administer the law In exact aad scrupulous accord with their oaths to support the constitution of tbe Dntod Statee and to administer Justloe without fear or favor. . "That e||olated caaes may merit criticism does aot Justify your great or- ganiaatton ln such wholesale condemnation," says the telegram. EXPOSITION OPENS Methodist Centenary Pair la Iaanger. iM it Colnmbaes. By Asseciatad Press to The Review Columbus, O.. Juns 10.—With thous- ande of Methodiata present from practically tts snare world, the Methodist Century sxpodtlon was formally opened today by assistant Secretary of State Pont to waahlngton. On receipt of the special wire trot, the Isslsjsnt Secretary ot Stole, Miss Centenary pull ed a chord which released ths - flags covering tha mala entrance gels te the State fair grounds where th. big expo- sitlon will continue to Jhly It. The opening oeremonlee were In the hands of Columbus redden ta. Denominational bass toast fMgstton ead busineee men of every religious faith par- tlclpated. Centenary officials were conducted to tbe expodtlon grounds la autoroobilea farming a long parade. Each of the exhibit halla, where elaborate displays from every country on earth have been arranged, were unlocked by Mlae Centenary and Chrteto- pher Columbua. This ceremony waa foil owed by a brief one to tte coliseum where Mayor Karb welcomed Methodists "to goed old Columbus". HIE FOUR" MEETS By Iseeelslefl Press to The Review Paris, Francs, June JO.—The Council of Three, composed of Premiers Lloyd deer*, end Clemenceau aad Preddent Wilson met thia afternoon and It la understood dismissed tbe Oerman situation aad tbe Italian osldnet criris. By Assoelated Press to Tb. Review Parla, rranece. Jun. 10.—Th. Italian delegation to th. peace conference baa statement l_ee" directed from Rome to acoept the mm la in Bopodtion ttt the settlement of tbe —Oan controversy made by Pr* Clemenceau. Lloyd Oeorg. and Wileon, according to tbe Parte ttOee et Reuters Limited. KNOX MAYJEFER VOTE Opaaainli of I ssgas af Nstlone May Abandon Efforts. By Associated Presa to The Review Washington. oTOm June «).—There were growing indications today that opponents of tts T iisjfto at Nations might abandon all efforts to force a test veto on tta subject in-the Senate before the Oermans aet oa tha pesos treaty at Versailles Monday. '___ Hope of bringing a roll call on tne Knox resolution virtually bad beea abandoned, aad some leaders thought it might Sa penalttod to die without even coming formally before tta Senate for action. It was designed to give notice ot op- position to accepting the league -aSVSB sat along with the peace terms, sad to tta general opinion it will oeeaa to serve its purpose -after Oermany Sat accepted the treaty Whether any other espodlcat would be adopted ta show Senate sentiment todsy or tomorrow alao was uncertain. TO HEIJTE f BWCE'S PIHT Clemenceau to Recount HlB SWerte to 1 Framing Pease Yreaty. By Associated Preee to The Review Paris, France, Jaae SO.—(Havas Agency)—Whether the Oermans sign or aot. Premier Clemenceau. the Echo De Paris aaaa. will make known to the chamber of deputies Tueeday tta part taken br Prance la framing tha peace terms. The newspaper says thst In eaat tt a negative reply from tha Qssiusus the Allied troope will occupy Prank- fort on tha tat aay of the advanoe, aad tbe Ruhr industrial region tbs seoond day, r Itlon Cor ur war eenn^ted with securing infer- \^"mt^ mlmmmrem^ja^ by motion ea indicated above and I wish to dear tt -abwiiutely. Ne gag authority no couple the name of the Chamber ot Commerce wtth peeking aay information ouch as to bdng sought by thess canvasser* Xt Is I camouflage pure ead simple, aad pre eseeutteaa will .follow of any eae not authortastt to ue. the noma of tte Chamber ef Oomnieice. A) isaui I si to tbe Secretary, W. 3. Booe. A memor andum sheet with the qusstlons to bi asked printed upon tt -with blanl apacea tee the ana.ass Is carried by gmmre. who tn moat eeass ere Tbeee eenvaeeers ao doubt have th. right to Interrogate la th. questions eaked bat they has no right to Btete they represent th. Chamber of ssktogtb Ini mUTABT POLICBB-UI ARRBSTBB By Aaaoeiated Press te The Bavtew v ChlMcoth* O, June tOj--L>t. J. B. Howertoo, officer el tbe mUltary po- Sea at~Oaap Sbssman, was arrested tost night on a warrant filed by Steve Oeaiia. teat driver, aba. alleges he -aaa ahot at aad aateiiTliil by military po- ttoisssa white operating hia car ea a atato haghway. ; Tbe . arrest., caused much eaoUsoMnt. _ Oans Sre add to baisa been drawa by both faottona. O. X. RATAL mm raCBBASB Br Seas ntaist Prase to The Bavtew D C June 10/—Wlto tta Senate Navd -__mmt ^M'mWmmtnml faai tor liOO from $ii.aoe.toC» 100.000 aa requested by Secretary Daa- WANTEDewe«r0OO PATTEBN MAX- aaa.., appuv - cmplovmsnt op- PICS, AMERICAN STEEL POUN- DRISS COMPANY. WW WANTED—to OIRLS J»OR SBW- Htm MACHINE OPERATORS. TNtt CUUtKK, THOM-AS, CLARKE Ctt - tor Wash Eyea. 1S1 BUD III EI By Associated Preas to Th. Review Saa Juan, Porto Rico, Jaaa 10.—Ons hundrsd snd Sftr persons. Including many children, art reported hilled or injured to tte destruction by Sre laat alght of a motion jditafa theatia at Mayagaaa. (The bodtol at 17 unidentified persona vera recovered from tbe rains today. QrtsiiitoMay Quit , By Associated Press to Ths Review > Paris, Prance, Thursday, Juns Its— Tbe resignation ttt Premier Orlando's cabinet, should the Xing ot Italr do- elds to sccept K. wtkld. according to UtiheiBiiis drclee, reeelt la the tade- Snlte postponement of tta Battlement of the AedriaUc question, aa ft would Involve the sppdmiiieat at hasw set St Italisn del egatoi to tta peaoe aon- fereaoK f Ttos totoee ea additional queetlon ae to who will sign tta Oaf an treaty tor Italr oa Monday. _ SSL SKGAL SACK. Bol Psgd eaa et the flret eddtere of Alliance to go overseas aad a*o Obs- Ungulehed himself in battle arrived safe to New Tor* Thursday according ttTaiaissesaa jasad »i toeas htm today. Mr. Ssgd wae a Mount Omen student to wag sessasBbesed ta Amanoa, - por SAiIiL-iyiy maxwcjIl tour- INO CAR.'. AKUtS AUTO S8RVICK. tXm Aimmm-mmW POffb C^fMNtlNO OOOO CONDITION. JUST PAINT- io. call aau. noo-w.3^S SPMNTVAUST LAWN SOCIAL VO- Niairr. < Wl Flremaa Seeaker Locates Car Stolen From P. A. Holies. The Hudaon-eta automobile, owned by P. A. Hollea, and dolan from In the front at tts New Columbia Theatre, Thur<aday evening, during th. High School graduating exercises wes found at noon, Friday, on Rice Street, Jurt eats af South Union avenue. Tbe machine waa noticed Bp Charlea P. Speaker, mimhaidiBB engineer of tbe Fire Department sag ho at eaee i epos ted to tb. Review, office. Th. auto was to good shap. and apparently had not been damaged In BUT Bar. The supposition le that It was taken ty. "Joy-riders", who- abandoned tt sfMgjb Spin about the dty. Swiss m. wm Prepare to Aet If Oermans Wcttec to . - atoa Treaty. Br Assoelated Preas to Ths Review Oeneva, Swltserland, Thursday, June 19.—Special military arrangements have been aaads by the Swiss government tor eventualities In case tbe Germane refuse to -sign the treaty of peace. Ptohid laadwehr forcee will be remobllleed tomorrow snd tbe next dap at Bade aad Constance to protect the Rhine aad tta Sarthera frontier. A Bregen dispatch ta tts Thurgau Oesatte aays tbat Italian troops bars begun to occupy Vorariberg, tta wast- em moot diatrict ot Austria. HT SAYS FOE A5SEMBLYAGGEPTS TRE PEACE TREATY ■Si , Exchange Telegraph Dispatch From Paris An- nonncee Pact Rumor. IF TRUE, ACTIOJ^ WAS SPEEDED UP Final Decision on Treaty Wae Not Expected Before Saturday. Br Aaaoeiated Preaa to The Review London, Bagtthd, Jane to*—Tbe signing et tbe peace treaty by Oermaay. aa Ezeaaage Telegraph dispatch tram Cpeabagea quoting Btiaial from Weimar says, ta as certain ss II tbe dguaturee had already beea pat to the decament. - By AMoetated Preaa to Tbe Review Paris, France, June to.—It to reported her. thet tta Germane have sated tor a further oBtenrion of the time matt within which to aot ea the peaoe tsssgy. •■ By Assoelated Press to The Review London, .England, Jane ML—The Genua Natloaal Assembly at Wdmer has accepted the peeee treaty, according to en Kxehaage. Telegraph dispateb'trem Perls. It the national assembly et Weimar haa taken the action reported in the foregoing agency dispatch, tt baa paaaed upon the peace treaty a day earlier than th. last direct advices trom Oermany had Indicated. Dispatches frags Berlin laidlBd Thursday night stated tbat' the assembly was expected to make It final declslon-on tbe treaty on Saturday. It waa added that to all probability ttt assembly would dedde to order that a ftollsilte be token. Ry Associated Preaa to The Bellas Weimar, Germany, June Id—(via London.)—A pott of tbe membere of the various parties in tts national assembly Seesss to show that- the peace terma cannot fall to be accepted. The majority soclaliata, it s added gave a considerable .majority la favor of -signing. Peoples Produce Company et Alllanee Capital tlMOO. Tbe Alliance Produce Company Capital $11,000 waa incorporated at Columbua today with Joseph ' Qoldberger, Benton Small, Joseph Deltrdch, Joaeph Klngler aad A. W. Diehl -as Incorporators- Vie piers of buslnees will be at at the cor use of North eMll^m avenue and Prospect etreet ln the building formerly uaed aaa fruit house by L. A. Reddy. A general Una of produce end fruits will be on sale by tte company of a seasonable character at wholesale The organization of tha company bee net been made but will be soon. It is stated tts stock cf the company hss been sold. WILL STAGE AUTO RACE. Bsst PalesUner 0„ June SO.—East Palestine to to have ea afternoon of automobile races on June SE Austin C. Wilson, promoter of the Toungstown Speedway aaaodatloh. area hen Tuesday aad cloeed tha ooatraet with the fair company for tte use at the track at tte t&r grounds. j^.alz<-event program is being -arranged fsr distances ranging from three to taa miles. Already entries of Sve ot tta tartest dirt track driven la tbe middle west hero beea received, according to tba promoter. SALEB PLAlfS CBLEBEATIOK. 0» Jan. M.—Salem win have a Mg celebration on July A It to planned, to have the returned soldiers ansa csmpe eaad ovaisess to as snd the day at tha Country club ground!, where a baakd dinner wBl be served. It la expected L000 soldiers will be pra- sent and at least 1.000 members of their THB BELMONT COUNTY PICNIC ead reunion will ba held at BoekhlU Park, Saturday, June SL All former Belmont oounty reeldeats are expected to ba present aad are fphls to membership. WANTED—TO RENT A SOUTH SIDE HOME, MUST SE STRICTLY UP-TttOATE WITH ALL MODERN -CONVENIENCES ANO SN OOOO RESIDENTIAL SECTION. WILL SHM LEASE POR YEAR IP POUND SATISFACTORY. ADDRESS REVIEW. SOJt R. &$?, oWut* aaaa peoples market -meat PRICES CUT* AD, PASS 14. SharMto Olaaeee far Weak Byes. Ry Aaaoeiated Press to Ths Review London, England, June SO,—The Russian cruiser Oleg wes sunk oa Wednesday by a British submarine lt is announced to a Russi-an wireless dlspstfb received today, j ENOSJSIUM Salvatlea Amy Campalga Closes Wlto Predace Sale. Tha Salvation Army produce ede win be held tomorrow rt the corner of Main and North Arch avenue. Thle aale will be farm produce given ap farmera ta aid the Salvation Army Campalga toad -and tbe stock will be fresh from tte term. Thle sale will dose tha campaign for funds and should bo well patronized. Reports from -sdles of tickets tor picture ahows today aaaa very encouraging and ths sde of theae will continue Saturday. Federation of Labor Win Not Help Convicts . m—nm—m By Aaaoeiated Preaa to The Review Atlantic City, N. J., June t0^—The American Federation of Labor la <foa- vention bora, refused today to ask for tha release of eo-called political SBS Industrial prisoners imaitotail under tte eepioaaga and other war time acts. Instead, tha federation adopted a modified resolution I questing that these acta be rescinded with tha formal coming of peace. ABMT APPROPRIATION BABSttO By Aaaoeiated Press to The Earleei WMhnittitB. TK ttTMl" Tf i dp proprtatlone approximating »»00,- 000,000 tot tte army ln 11 SO, Instead •of 1711,000,000, aa voted by tbe House wars recommended todsy by the Senate military sub-committee. The revised draft, proposing BiiSMBn. ass army at 400,000 men Instead of 100,000 approved br the Houee, will be considered br the tell' committee later In tta day WANTEDee-HOUSEKEEPER POR HOME WHERE LADY IS AN IN- VALID STEADY POSITION. ROOD WARES. WRITE BOX S, CARE RE- VIEW. SCHEIDEMMIM REGIME FILLS; THINK THIS MEANS ENEMY WILL SIGN THE PEACE ACT . .. | j -tieuuui, Premier Who Outspokenly Ogftmul Approval of Treaty Stepe Pawn and Oat—Noske, Minister ef Defense, Will Probably Head Near Ministry—Majority Socialists, Independent Socialists and Centrists In Favor of ' filming. lip BT TBB ASSOCIATED PRESS Signing of tha peeee treaty hy Oermanr was Indicated stroBtfr la reports from Germany today. Premier Scheidemann, aa opponent ot signing, snd bis cabinet have re- signed, aocordlng to reports Tcartilnt Allied and neutral t^Is. hat which la declared prematura ta aar offlciai wireleee message troll Nauen. Dlspatcbas from Weimar, Oermanr say the new ministry aria be composed ot those favorable ta -signing, heeded by Oastov Noske, tta minister at defense sad including HslMss Bisbersw, An unconfirmed report reoelved to London through Psrls sera that tta Oerman national aasemblr haa voted to accept the peace treaty Prsvlous reports hsd beea thet the aasemblr would taka ao aetloa until Saturday. The Oermans, according to reports from Paris, have requested farther time within which to dedde oa their attitude toward tha peaoe terms. The present time limit expiree at t:4t p. m„ Monday. Pails time. Br Aeeeelatad Press to The Review Psrls, Prance, Jaae SO.—All reports concerning changee te tta German cabinet are premature, says an offlciai Oermaa wlieleaa message eent' Stole Nauen at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Division among tbe partial has prevented tte nations! aasemblr forming a majority coalition to favor of accepting the peaoe terms, tte message adds, The text of tte meesage re-ads: . "The aattwiel assembly at Weimar triad to constitute a majority te favor of signing the peace treaty. That aaa impossible because of the division among the parties. "All news regarding changes la tte cabinet ia premature." Br Massliled PrtBa. to Tbe Review Wslmsr, Oermany, June B— (via CspsBhsSsay Ths cabinet, although R hae reelflned, Will een- ttoito la efllee temporsrlly until Preeldsnt Ebert hae been aato to v tolas a new one. ibssiiIIiiis to prepared to maintain bar neutrality, having called out troope to guard her nothern frontier. By Aaaoeiated Preee to She Review Parla. Franoe, June to—The Scheidemann government in Oermany haa fallen. It waa learned here today. Newa At tmt event, reported during the morning Waa confirmed later by military ad- vtaee thf-ough Coblens from both Weimar and Berlin. . ..Th* downfall of tba Scheidemann government wae made known to tbe laaataen delegation to tbe peace conference. It ie believed to easure the aignlng of the peeee traty by Oermany ae Phlllpp -Scheidemann, Ibe Premier waa understood to be tbe chief opponent to acceptance et tta revised peace torma. Tbe early reporta stated .that Gustav JNoake, tte Minister of defense, waa Tormina a cabinet to succeed tbe outgoing government. Previous edvioee bad Indicated that four members of the Scheidemann cabinet were Insisting upon tba signing of Rto Meaty and ST* la presumed here . that this caused the fall et the mlnstry. It ie understood here that tbe fall of the Scheidemann government entails the toO As of President Ebert. The national! .assembly probably win take measures to aelect a successor to President Ebert. Prsnoh offlciai Information on ths German situation to to the asms general effect m that asuelned by tta American, delegation namely that the Scheldemann-Ebert regime hss collapsed. The French edvioee carry tte lmpreaeton that the national aasembly la favorable to tho signing of the treaty. Op to noon there wae no official confirmation of the report that Here Noake wae forming a a"ves inieesit By Aaaoeiated Press to The Review Waahlngton, D. C- Jane SO.—Fall of the Oerman n^-h***^ waa not unexpected by offlclals hero who aald today they had information that a .coalition cabinet -ot eoctaUete end independent socialists waa to be formed. '__.'_ ALL PISH CLEANED PREB OP OHAROE. MARKET HOUSE PISH STANOi MP, -EAST" VACUUM WASHER OS- monstratlon Saturday p.- bl, St So AUTO ALAO. REPAIRERS Went Soldier Help. FIFTY LABORERS WANTED. APPLY A C. DEVINE CO. ^ § , Iff By Associated Press-io Tha Beetew Coblenx, Oermaay, Jane SO. Qua tov Neeke, tte minister sf defence, will saaassd Phlllpp Sidiitoaaisiiii aa head ef tte Oerman mlalaBy. accoi-dlng to a Weimer dispatch received hsra today. Methlas Era- eberger of the Osibsbb ermletlce eessMlaslsa will succeed Count Vaa Broofcdorft-Rantoau as baad sf tha Oerman peeee delegation, tha meesage adds. Growing belief that Germany would sign the peeoe treaty wae .strengthened today by newa of the fall of tbe Scheidemann ministry In ttat country, The premier had Sato one of tbe asoet out-spokan of German officials ia Ue opposition'* to the treaty. Paris advices Indicate tbe expectation there that tta aahlnst formed by hie successor will ba eaa that will acoept tbs .Allied terms. It Is reported that Gustav Noske, toa -minister of defense wfll heed tha new ministry. From tbe ourrent Oerman dlspatcbea lt would appear tbat tha majority .socialists, the Independent socialists and tbe centrteto -era in tmtggM NgnlBSIhs treaty, wtth tba German national atft democratic part lea opposed to accepting tbe terma Aa the Bret three or. ganixationa form an overwhelming majority la the national assembly It appear* tba new seMast ertt In effect re. ostve a mandate to meet tbe demands of tbe entente. A situation ban arleen fas Maty that threatena to complicate tbe work of the peeee conference. Premier Orlando tost night submitted tbe resignation of bbl cabinet following an adverse vote to the nbsmhsr et deputies ea a motion tor tte premier Mra secret ess- slon at which the Foreign policy et tts kingdom would be dlarusesd The resignation haa aot been accepted by Ktog Victor Emmanuel as yet. boirav- ar, ead It asar be thet Mgeiw Orlando anil remain ta offloe tor the purpeee ef carrying on tbe work of tb* peaoe conference tn whloh be has beea eae et tbe moot nromi neot flgeurea. Should Premier Orlando qtdt offlca there apparently would be a oonalder- able delay In tbe settlement cf tbe Adriatic problem. In hie address before tha chamber prior to tbe vote, the Premier saM that the Mtuatton at pro- Seat wae grave end that Italr waa facing the most acute phase of tbe immense crista -arising from the erar. Meanwhile notwithstanding the algae that Oermany wm aooopt the peeee treaty, tbe Allied foroee sea prepared fer bar refusal at R. . Marshal Foch, tt ia reported, win be to comma nd oa s^tront extending Mem, the Rhine to tbe Danube should a forward movement be necessary. Swiss advice* aays the Italian farces hav* began to occupy Voeartbsnr at tte ex- tnaaa weetorn pert cf Aaesrle. In en- ttolpetlen ef a refusal en tbe pert of either Oermanr er Aealsla to mast the Allied terma Switzerland la the POR SALB—.ORB BABY BRAND CHEVROLET. CHEAP TO QUIOM BUYBR. INOUIRE AT BAUOH- MAtrS MARKET OR IBS EAST MAR. KET AFTER S P. SL' WANTED—PORO TOURINtt WILL PAY OASH FOR OOOO CAR. AKINS AUTO SBRV WE. SPIRITUALIST LAWN SOCIAL TO-1 NIGHT. , By Associated Prees to Tbe Review London, England, June tti fX Reuters dispatch frofn Weimar stales that a meeting Thursday of tbe A?entrlat membere of the German national aasembly decided by A four-fifths majority In favor of signing tbe treaty of peace with reservations regarding responsibility for the war and the honor of the German nation. The, Gorman national party, tt to stated, la unanimously resolved .against -signing. Wfty BBE members of the German democratic party voted agalnet aignlng the Allied terme while eight others voted that the treaty be signed conditionally and one was in favor of signing without conditions. By Assoelated Preee to Tbe Review Weimar, Germ-any, Thursday, June If/—Ths German -cabinet will toll to- nlght.lt la learned from authentic sour- eea Count Von Brockdorff-Rantzau, th* Foreign minister -and Phlllpp Scheidemann. th* chancellor, wltt S few others, erlll resign because tbey will not abn tha trestr. Gustav Noske, ml^ifr of defense or Herman Mueller majority socialist leader win be chosen chancellor by Prealdent Ebert. lt to said. Noake le very popular net only with tbe right wing of hia own party but wltb tte conservatives, since .he was able to protect property during recent disorder* ln Benin. He to unpopular and even hated by tbe radicals of his party and the Independent socialists, baoause of tte rigor wltt > which ba suppressed disturbance*. A meeting wa be held late tonight to determine tb* membere of the aew cabinet, and lt la -said that the choice ot a chancellor will be reached by midnight. . Th* aew cabinet, aooordlng to report will ett until I o'clock Friday morning , and will presumably settle th* question cf signing sbB treaty. It to expected to accept tb* Allied terras, although experts wbo have considered tta treaty have unanimously rejected It aa im- poesible. One of them, Bills Thyseen, tta seal magnate said to the a sencls tos Psse today:— "Oermany cannot honestly sign aaa hope to fulfill her obligations. It would be tar better ta pay a larger Indemnity, but leave coal and otter economic pea* slblUtise of production by whloh alone tbe payment ef tbe Indemnity is poe- rBTTKBHAL BSTXMDE STAMPS TO BE SOfJD AFTER JULT L By Associates Preas to The Review _ Weahlngton, SA C .10110 I»->At. though foreseeing "no rseson to doubt tbat war-time prohibition will become effective July L" tbe Internal Revenue Bureau. la> -accordance wltb an opinion of tb* Attorney Oeneral will eonttna* tb* aale ot tax stamps tor intoxicating beverages after that date. Commissioner Roper said, however, the sale would be with tbe distinct understanding that the menufacture or -sale of prlhlblted beveresee was la ao way athuoriaed, ' MARTIAL LAW IN HAMBURG. By Assoelated Press to The Bavtew. Copenhagen, Denmark, Jane SO/— Msrtlsl -law has been proclaimed ta the entire asaa at Hamburg harbor ee a eConsequenM ot aa Increase la raids SSSa'Said depots. i ——monWm ^_W LABORERS WANTED AT THB . AlC-IAMftE FERTILIZER WORKS, ALLIANCE, OHIO. S HOURS DAY. OOOD WAOES. SATURDAY APTER. NOONS OPP. APPLY AT WORKS. MILL STREET -AND N. Y. 0. R. R. WANTED—A OOOD WOMAN #011 DIET KITCHEN. ALLIANCE CITY HOSPITAL. W*m SPIRITUALIST LAWN SOCIAL Ttt NIQHT. s«H?3-&S&2 Take Broken Watohee to Sharer. i
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-06-20|
Stark County (Ohio)
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|Date of Original||June 20, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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