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A Classified Ad will find a buyer for yonr car—if your offer is attractive. Give the details,a prospective buyer expects, N THE ALLIANCE EEVIEW AND LEADER THE WEATHER. GeassaBy fair (Might aad liibrt Rlslag lessperatare. Barometer teatperataie U at 10 a. m i dear. VOL.XXXH. NO. 119. FOURTEEN PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO, SATURDAY. DECEMBEB 20, 1919. TWO CENTS-DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. HOMECOMING OF ITS FAMOUS SON Laclede Will Give Royal Welcome to General John Joseph Pershing. a VILLAGE BE DRESSED IN GAY ATTIRE Holiday to Be Declared and .All Country to Come to Town to Welcome Hero. ¥ f,sclede. Mo, Dec 20.—Laclede ls getting ready <or the homecoming ot Its most famous son, General John Joseph Pershing, who ls to be hers December 22. Laclede has been awaiting the general a long time—ever since he came back from France. For It was ln this little town that Ueneral Pershing wan born. Laclede was a town of three hundred ■then—that waa September 13, 1260. Laclede is a town of 700 now—a rambling Missouri town of two banks, one weekly newspaper, a few general mores. » big imrk where, in warm weather, reel- dents were wont to gather and discuss the wsr, and Pershing's part in it, and what he had and hadn't done when he was a boy in Laclede. Laclede generally agrees that John Pershing—*hat ia LocIede'B designation (Or the commander-in-chief of the A. R. F.—was "no ways remarkable" as a boy. He grew up, went to schook^and .ohurch and Sunday school, fished, hunted, and waa Interested in getting an education. He graduated from the Klrktrvmc Nornvd 3i.hoe4 at 20, and then, an opportunity presenting itself to enter a cesmpftit''*'! examination 'or Weet Point Pershing availed himself of it. won liy one point and went to th<- military academy. Since lhat tlm« Laclede' has seen little of its famous son. He made a visit twelve or fourteen yeara ago, ,-uid called on "Aunt" Susan Hewett, pioneer, who aays "eUtws, ynt I rememebr John when he wasn't more than two or three year* old. Wc used to run the hotel nnd when John was Mg enouglit to put on troue*er.s. he used to eat more pie lp our kitchen than aay boy In town". l.ocl*de Is planning the biggest sort. ot-ldav Deo*nib<-r 2». "mere won't ariiich fonaidlty, but i<\t\.t'umt hand- "II ohfctken SENATQRKNOXPflEPARES NEW RESOLUTION TO PRESENT TD COMMITTEE ON PEI1CE TREATY Would Retain to United SUtes Any Material Benefit Provided in Versailles Treaty, and Affirm Government's General Support of Practical Plan For An International Peace League. ar A«<soetated Frtas to The Review Washington, D. C, Dec, 20.—A re-drafted resolution by Senator Knox, (Rep.) Pennsylvania, to declare a state of peaca with Germany and to retain to the United SUtes all material benefits, that vsoutd be gained under the unratified treaty of Veraaillea was ap* proved today by the Senate For- sign Relations committee by a vote of seven to three. By Aaaoeiated Press to The R.vlew Washington, D. C, Dec. 20.—A new resolution to declare a state of peace, retaining to the United. States any material benefits provided for in the treaty of Versailles, and affirm the government's general support of some practical plan for an international peace league, was laid before ths Kor- oresory prtjeerveji. 0 me'ilttti music, o and home-made im IHCEM GETS CONTRACT BUILD HOUSES * %-•!•* *M--2-•!-:••*■ ++ + •!••!• * * A .J. VALUABLE GIFTS. .J. 'af .. . Washington. D. C, Dec. 80.— One hundred lucky congressmen today received Christmas presents really worth while. Representative Martin presented to each ono of thorn a Ore pound package of sugar grown ln his 4* home stste ot Louisiana. _• *y •$• ►j. »J.p^. .j. .J. .J. .j. "J.,J« ajj. atj. eif. t|s t^a aj. .J. ELEcm ur ITE OF 4886 ftr WiU Erect Fifteen Structures in Salem to Be Completed April 1. Salem, O., Dec. 80.—The contract for the buUdlng of 15 houses in Salam by the Salam Housing association was let Friday to E. B. Sliver of Alliance. The houses are to be located 6. East Eighth street and ara to be completed by April 1. mo. HIKE DISCOVERY OF GOLD AND PLATINUM By Associate* Preas to The Review Toronto. Dec. JO.—Frow gold aad platinum have been dlscoveered ln Gravel beds near Belleville, In Huntingdon township. Hastings county, according to reports published here today. The discoveries are aaid to have been mude on a farm et 100 acres, recently purchased hr a contracting firm presumably for the asks of the Immense gravel depos- tta. Several eshafts have been sank and other farms nearby have been pur- ebaaed. , There was a Cold rush to Madoc, only a few miles away from Hastings erounty M years ago. I GAPTUHE BflLStlNlA Socialist Defeats Candidate on Fusion Ticket in Congressional Race. By Associated Preas to The Review Milwaukee. Wla, Dec 20.—Victor L. Berger, Socialist, today was again re- ■prearntatlve-elect frem tbe fifth congressional district, having defeated Henry 11. Dodenstab. fusion candidate by a majority ot 41100 ln yesterday's special election. Tho complete un-offlciai vote compiled today gave Berger 24.367 -and Bodenstab 19.561. In the election of 191S Berger received a plurality of 5507 ln a three sided contest, the Republicans and Democrats having candidates ln the field. Bargee's total in that election waa 17,222, while the two opposition candidates combined polled 22,»51 votes. Berger waa denied a aeat in the House of Representatives November 10 least after an investigation by that body into his record during the war following his conviction and sentence fit 20 yeara ln a federal penitentiary on the charge of violating the Kffrfonage act. After Uie result of yesterday's election Was known, Berger Issued a statement In which he aaid:— -I do not know whether the House wfll seat me, -and I care little, if only the continued fight for my seat Will ■furnish the occasion to awaken the common people of ttt United States especially tbe working clase to a rwallsa- Uon of tbe great dangers before Ok and the immense duties that we must fulfill of modern civilization is to progress or even to survive". . eign Relations committee today by Senator Knox. (Rep.) Pennsylvania. The resolution also would declare tn general terms that tbe United States would continue Its close relations with the allies. It was understood to have the support of several Republican leaders who _ sought to have the committee report it today in order tbat It might be brought before the Senate after the holidays as a basis for settlement of the whole treaty fight. The Democratic members Indicated that they would oppose it Mm* - Senator Knox's alternate resolution providing for ratification of the pact with the League of Nations covenant excluded, also wss before the committee, but supporters said the outcome of that proposal was in doubt because a two-thirds vote of the Senite would be necessary for Its adoption. All efforts for a separate declaration of- peace have been resisted by the Democrats and Democratic members of the committee were not hopeful that the Republican leaders would be able to frame a compromise resolution that would be acceptable to the administration forces. Among modifications aaid to have been considered by the Republicans was one suggesting a general declaration of policy pledging the Uuited States to* intervene in any future European wnr which menaces civilization. Another j suggestion would preserve to the United States any material advantages embodied in the treaty as it stands. Senators of both parties continued today to urge a general conference for early In January of all members regardless of party who deslrp ratification of the treaty reservations. Sonic of them expressed confidence that such a difference would result In ratification by January 15. CABINET DEBUTANTE GREETED BY SOCIETY. GATHERING RED RADICALS AT ELLIS ISLAND PREPARATORY "Mystery Trains" Bearing the Undesirables From Many Sections of Country on Way to New York—Date Not Yet Set for Time of Their Removal to Country Across theSca. MM prts- BeUbevlkl take town aad naers. officially aeaaoaaesd By Associated Prese to The K.vlew London. Kng. Dec. 5«.- -Bolstanaia. southwest of Tomsk has been captured with 2000 -prleoners, by the Bolshevlkl according to an official statement issued at soviet headquarters at Moscow an'd received here. The statement saya tbat on the western front a fierce en-' gagement is being fought 14 miles south west ot Narva, south of the gulf et Finland. Nomad Kirgis tribe-s. inhabltatlng the region to the northwest of tbe Caspian sea, have revolted, the statement aays. eand after annihiliting the guard have caused the chief of the government In that section to flee. NSW CARS AT BAROAIN PRICES. BUICK 1920 MODEL. FIVE PASSENGER. SIX CYLINDER TOURING; OAKLAND SEDAN 1820 MODEL; OAKLAND ROADSTER 1920 MODEL WITH WIRE WHEELS. ALLIANCE MOTOR CAR CO. 4* LOST—ONE 37x5 TIRE CHAIN. FINDER PLEASE RETURN TO HARRY OUNN AT M. E. CO. GARAGE ON EAST OXFORD. —BIG SALE— of Army aad Navy surplus stock aad supplies aad general merchandise. Less thaa regular prioe. 74S & Mala SC aeaoad door trom Penna station. ARMY AMD NAVY STORE. BILL MIT FORECAST IRELAND GOVERNMENT By Assoelated Press to The Review , London, England, Dae. 10.—TSe proposed Irish bill which Premier Lloyd George will outline ia tko Houae of Commons on Monday will, it ia believed, forecast a government for Ireland anaiagous to the state governmental system in America. It ta understood to provide for separate parliaments for Ulster aad southern Ireland respectively, with a superior body choeen by both sections AU ot the bodies are to ba responsible regarding Imperial affairs to tha British parliament, to which representatives would ba elected, as the Vatea elect members to the Ameriean Houae of Representatives. MIKE MEfflfflM . ■exMan Smagglsn aad Wwi—I Sa—0 la Clash an Bmtm. -I By Associated frem to Th. Review Bl Paso. Tex., Dec lO.—An official in vesication waa under way today -Into the fight laat night between an Aaaar- ican provoet guard, assisted by El Paso police -and a number of Mexican smuggler*, in which Private Fleer Ka- Wer, of Hyde Par*, N. C member of tbe American party, and one Mexican were killed. The ■uugglers were attempting to bring a quantity of Uauor across the border from Mexico, when they encountered the provost guard and the police. ORDER YOUR CHICKENS HOME DRESSED DIRECT FROM THE FARM. SELL PHONE Igt-R, O. 8. GEORGE W. BAIRD. IPLETES SUGAR CONTROL BILL; GOES TO WHITE HOUSE By Associated Press to The Revl.w Washington. D. C, Dec. 20.—Legislation continuing federal control of sugar through 1920, hut limiting the licensing power of the United States Sugar Equalisation Board to the period ending next June 30 was completed today by congress (and aent to the White Honse. With plans laid for disposing of thu most pressing and important legislative action congress was prepared today to recess until January 5, to- enable members to enjoy the Christmas holidays at their homes. Most of the congressmen. have arranged to leave the capital tonight and lay aside legislative cares until the New Yaar. Under a concurrent agreement ihe* Senate last night flxed the time for voting today on the Cammlns railroad and the sugar control bills, two of the three measures which threatened to prevent tha receaa^ Tbe third, the $33,000,000 emergency deficiency bill Including $30,000,000 for increased war risk insurance allowances was passed last night. The final vote on the sugar bill continuing governmental control over sugar daring 1920, was set for 11:30 o'clock today. The vote oa the railroad bill will be taken at 3.30 o'clock. Miss Nancy Lane,'daughter of the Secretary of the Interior, who was Introduced at a brilliant reception ln Washington on tbe day her father's prospective retirement from the Cabinet was announced. This picture shows Miss Lane as a war nurse in the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington. SCHOOL BONDS TO THE AMOUNT OF £400,000.00 WENT BEGGING—NO BIP S WERE RECEIVED BY EDUCATION BD. Local Bank Makes Private Offer of Par and Interest, an'd Board Meets Monday to Consider and Perhaps Accept the Bid Sate io Be Made For Purpose of Im* proving School Property. The date for opening bids for the sale et 3400,000 school bonds offered by the City board of edu-catlon, was Friday, December 19, but no bids were received by the clerk ot the board and hence no sale was made. Theae bonds cannot be esold for less than the par value and accrued Interest. A great many Inquiries were received from bond buying houses throughout the country by clerk of the board M. M. Mansfleld which were promptly eanswered but brought no bids. From -all quarters come the reply that the bond market was exceedingly dull at present but though school bonds ar* given the preference. ■aha Private Offer: A private offer for the bonds at par and accrued Interest haa been mude by a local bank and the board win meet Monday to decide upon accepting ethe offer. The law provides that bids of this character may be accepted and it Is probable the offer wlll be favorably constdered. The bonds are ot the denomination of $1,000 each and bear interest at the rate of five pet; oent. The average time of maturity ls 10 1-2 years and are considered gilt edge revival In the market ls expected j securities and usually would bring with the new year and for this reason flood of bids from bond buying houses bidding was withheld. The demand In the money cities df the country. In for call money at the close of the year I caae the offer made for the bonds Is ls very heavy and this Is a reason for not -accepted t)iey will be readvertlsed tbe dullness of the bond market, al- I for bids at a future date. SPECIHL ESCORT KM) [IKS By Assoelated Pre*, to Th. Review Cleveleand. O.. Dec. 20.—Twelve persons said to have misrepresented themselves aa property owners in signing polioe oourt ball bonds were to be summoned today before. Police Prosecutor Stanton, wbo declared arrest, for perjury wfll undoubtedly follow. An abstract company reported that ln Investigating eight bonds tbey could find no record of property named aa security. CISH DRAWERS American Theater Bobbed of 800.00 Thia Morning Tha caah drawer of the American theater was robbed at an early honr this morning of $69.90 in currency. A large quantity of dimes, niokles and pennies wera left tn tha drawer undisturbed. The money taken waa ln the cashier's drawer under the ticket window. It waa an aaay matter tor tha thief to thrust aa arm through tha opening where tickets are delivered, aad with a chisel pry open the money drawer and abstract tha cash. It la stated tha robbery took place sometime after midnight as the theater waa not vaeatesd until shortly after that Ume. There ara suspicions that may. laad to an arrest later. tta ,^_ tBe CHUCK ROAST, Ib. PLATE BOIL. 2 lbs. SIRLOIN STEAK. Ib. PORK LOIN CHOPS, A. ... —B. J. RICKARD— CORNER ARCH AND CAMBRIDGE. .tt. ELL-MAC DANCE .QOOD MUSIC. Overseas Commander Given Welcome to Chicago; Rc- ' ception Held By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, Dec. 20.—Former Sergeant Willie Satidlln, of Hyden, Ky., today was appointed special escort for the return of soldier dead from overseas by Secretary Baker on recommendation of Major General Rogers. Sergeant Sandlin was selected for the post because ot his unusual record ln the world war. Unofficially he ranks next to .Sergeant York ln his exploits sgalnst the enemy, being credited with killing 24 Germans and wounding and capturing many more. Sandlin was awarded the medal of honor. Tt* French crolx de guerre and the medal mllitare of Belgium for conspicuous gal lantry and Intrepedlty above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy at Boi de Forges, September 26, ltlt. Sergeant Sandlin advanced alone directly un a machine gun nest which was holding up the line with its flre. lie killed the crew witb a grenade And enabled tbe line to advance. Later ln the day -Sergeant Maudlin attacked alone and put out of action two other machine gun nests, setting'a splendid example of bravery and coolness to hia 1920 BUICK 5 PASSENGER CAM; 1920 OAKLAND SEDAN; 1920 OAKLAND ROADSTER WITH WIRE WHEELS. ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHA8ER. THE ALLIANCE MOTOR CAR CO. WANTED—GOOD SECOND HAND CASH REGISTER, MEAT COOLER ABOUT 800 LB. ICE CAPACITY. COMPUTING SCALES, ALSO COUNTERS AND SHOW CASES. IF YOU HAVE ALL OR A PART OF THE ABOVE, OET IN TOUCH WITH US AT ONCE. ADORE8S BOX 47, CARE REVIEW, ALLIANCE, OHIO. Bailey's Dancing School Xmas presents for everyone Moaday Snodal OFFICERS. ARE 3N FAVOR OF UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING Say Ninety-Two Percent Express Themselves as la Farer of Adopting IL By Associated: Prese to Tne itevi,;w Weashlngton, D. C, Dec. 20.—Ninety two percent of the temporary officers discharged recently from She army have gone on record aa favoring universal military training. An official canvaaa of 2,000 officers gave 1868 affirmative votes against 122 unfavorable. The official question asked was: — "What is your opinion as to the value to a system of universal military training for the young men of the country?" Mora than half tbe answers favored army training without qualification, 36 percent qualified their approval by suggestions as to period, system of supervision, three percent were unfavorable without qualification and 2 percent were unfavorable unless radical changes were made in any system of a jjeriod. Officers of the tank corps gave the highest percentage in favor of military instruction and the veterinary and aanitary corps returned the highest number of adverse replies. WANT RAW MATERIAL By Associated Press to The Kevlew Berlin, Dec. lt.—Mathlas Erzber- ger, vice premier /tnd minister of finance, stated at today's meeting of the national assembly that a great part of the 10,000,000 marks la gold, payable to Uie allies under the terms of the peace treaty, had already baen delivered. He added, the entente therefore-was morally bound to supply Oermany with raw materials and foodstuffs. —XMAS CANDY— Fine line of gift boxes ■WHITMAN'S", -MISS ADAMS", "MORSE'S". "MULLANrS" Hard Christmas candy, freah hulk chocolates specially priced. ROSE CANDY 8HOPPE Market Arcade COAL AT WEST MAIN ST. COAL MINE. ALL KINDS. PRICES RIGHT. CALL O. 8. SM3, BELL 4S4-W. TERMS CASH. FISCHER CROSS DANCE at Bailey's Hall tonlghL By Aesoelated Prem to The Revtew Washington, D. C, Dec. 10.—The date for the departure from New York of radical aliens ordered deported has not yet been flxed and will not be until additional reports are received concerning the movement to seaboard of some aliens now held at various inland points, Anthony Camlnetti, commissioner of immigration, said today. Some trains bearing radicals had been expected to leave yesterday, the commissioner said, but they will not I get under way until today, while immigration officials at one or two points where aliens are held have asked that tbe departure be delayed until Monday or Tuesday. These delays, Mr. Camlnetti explained, are due to various causes, chief among which Is that some of the aliens have money due them and it is desired to give them a reasonable time in which to collect lt. The recent snowstorms also have been a contributing cause. "GUESTS" OF GOVERNMBNT. By Asaociated Press to The Kevlew New York, N. Y., Dec. 20.—Many persons considered among the most dangerous of thpse charged with plotting to overthrow the United States government will be "guests" of this government for the cruise, despite their professions of willingness to pay their own way. Alexander Betuman and Emma Ooldman's names aro the most notable on the passenger list. At least three "mystery trains" are bringing additional radicals here from various parts of the country. It was predicted that 350 disciples of violence would be corralled in the Ellis Island detention peas before nightfall. The nation-wide roundup tor whole- Hale deportation ls nearlng completion, fedec&l authorities said. Tha movement of the trains Is being kept secret and even the authorities ars in the' dark as to just when "tha red fiag specials" wlll arrive. Oaa was moving slowly from Buffalo with "reds" who have busied themselves, it is charged, with spreading the seeds of unrest along the Canadian border. Another waa due from Pittsburgh with agitators alleged to have advocated sabotage and violence during the re- T I IE HUI Basketeers on Way Home From Gam? Meet With Accident. '" By Associated Press to The Review Lancaster, O., Dae. 20.—Four members ot the Sugar Grove High school basketball team may have been fatally injured and Ave others were leas severely hart wben an automobile hack ln which they wore riding waa hit hy a Pennsylvania railroad yard engine hare last night. The severely Injured are: — Prank Deeds, 18. Elmer Weldner. 20. •_ William Lee, lt. ' John Enenam, 18. All were rushejl to the city hospital hara. The basketball team was retnrn- -:^g from Pleasantvnie where it had played the high school team of that town. ' I . .. *> -si."' mat steel strike. A third train load from Philadelphia includes agitators charged with attempting to cause a strike in ship yards. In addition to the 66 reds on Ellis Island for whom deportation warfants already have been received, there are 68 more for whom warrants were expected during the day. Tbere are 350 more disturbers in Jails scattered about the cotfntry awaiting transportation to New York and thence to Europe, it waa said. Harry Weinberger, counsel for Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman today asked Attorney General Palmer that Jacob Abrams, Samuel IJpman, Mollle Steimer and Hyman Lachrow- sky be deported to Russia Instead of being sent to the Atlanta penitentiary to serve sentence of twenty years for violating the espionage act. Hundreds of packages of clothing hare been sent to the Island by friends of the deportees. Among the Reds expected at the Island before nightfall were 53 from the Hartford, Conn, county Jail. '. »J« »"..J. »J« ^« .1. Asm -J. .J* .J. .J* .% A • • £ RED RADICALS. Cleveland, O., Dec. 20.—Fed- •!• eral authorities announced today • • that 86 alleged radicals rounded • • up by department of Justice • • agentH In tills district were sent • • from here to New York for de- exportation. Twenty-six wera from Youngstown, seven from Akron and three from Cleveland. .^4.^.4.4.4.^4..;. ,4.4. .fr.fr.fr 4. GRHTTHHON" IE *3 FORTHCOMING ' Congress to Go Home Without Hearing From Chief Executive. , i TIME FOR RETURN OF ' RAILROADS UNCERTAIN White House Announces That No Message Would Be Sent to Capitol. , By Associates Press to The Review Washington, D. C, Dec. 20.—Congress will go home for tbe Christmas holidays without hearing from President Wilson as to the time for tha return of the railroads, it having bean announced at tbe White House that ao message on the subject would be sent to the capltol today. Before the announcement was made a report that the President would send a message late today had gained wide circulation among sttaa- tors and representatives. The President apparently has not communicated his decision aa to tbe ending ot government control to aay of the administration officials bat most of them believe the roads will not be turned back by January 1. In some circles the opinion was ■ held that the President's flnal de- i clslon would await action by congress on the pending legislation. ; Seargeant Sandlin Chosen, For His Unusual Record In World War. By Associated Press to The Review Chicago, 111.. Dec. Jo— Thousands of persons braved a below freezing temperature this morning to greet General John J. Pershing upon his arrival for his first visit to. Chicago -since he went overseas to command the American Expeditionary Forces. Other thousands assembled along tbe line of march to a downtown hotel when the general's first ceremonial act was to bestow on two goldstar mothers the distinguished service crosses their sons died in gaining In France. Chicago'a tribute to the American commander-in-chief was reserved until the afternoon when General Pemhlng was to ride at the head of a parade of ten thousand persons through the down town district. The day'a entertainment for General Pershing will end with a banquet for which more than 2000 invitations were sent out. MAY M TO REDUCE SO PERCENT By Associated Press to The Review Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. SO.—That Jack Kearns, manager of Jack Dempsey, will have to reduce his demsnds for 50 per cent of the receipts for a bout with Georges Carpentier in Par- lk next July was the statement made today by B. F. Steinel, Milwaukee representative of Theodore Vienna and his associates. Mr. Stelnel said that It Is entirely out ot tha question for a promoter in Franoe to pay any such percentage and ha figures that, a (1.000,000 gate would have to ba taken In before there woald be any profit. Tbere ara several taxes to pay by a French promoter aggregating about 25 po- ceoL "Thus the promoter would have 75 nar celt to work wtth. Out of this Dempsey would demand two- thirds ot the money leaving 25 par eaat to nay Carpentler and all the promotion expenses," said Mr. Stelnel. - 1010—5 PAS8ENGER OVERLAND TOURING; im-6 PASSENGER AR- BENZ TOURING; 1817—6 PASSENGER SIX CYLINDER OVERLAND TOURINS; 1817 FORD ROADSTER; 1818 FORD SEDAN. ONE BUICK TRUCK CHASSIS. THE ALLIANCE MOTOR CAM Oa BHINCS IRK TO CLOSE Re-employment lonsilttae for Returned Soldiers Completes IU Work. By Associated Press to The Review New York, N. Y., Deo. »0.—The reemployment committee for ooldlers, sailors and marines, which has found Jobs for more than 28,000 former fighting men, brought Its activities to a cloee here today and ita.Chalnnan, William Fellowes Morgan announced that the. bureau would be taken over Monday hy a new organization. The membership of the new committee has'not yet been completed nor has tbe name under which the bureau will be operated been selected. It was -announced that the vocational department organised to "fit the man for tbe Job" will be contlnally ceased to exist here, much omployment ls temporary and will end wlfh the holiday session while thousands of former servloe men ara diaaat- lsfled and are seeking better positions. APPROVE ACTION Democratic Leader Hlteheeek Post, pones Holding (oafereaee Until Jaa- aary tt. Ry Aaesoctated Press lo The Review Waahlngton, D. C, Dec. 20.— Action of Senator Hitchcock, of Nebraska, acting Democratic leader, ln postponing until January IS the conference of Democratic aenatora to consider election of a minority leader to succeed tbe bite Senator Martin was approved generally today by friends of Senator Underwood of Alabama, who is opposing Senator Hitchcock for the leadership. Postponement was agreed to by Senator Hitchcock beceauae of the -absence of many Senators eand becauae of tbe desire to permit Carter Glaas to participate In tbe conference. Mr. Glass who waa appointed to succeed Senator Martin will not relinquish his duties as Secretary of the Treasury until early month when be wlll be sworn in. —XMAS CANDY— Another freah supply of "WHITMAN'S" ud "MISS ADAM'S" candy last received Phone in your Christ- order. ROSE CANDY SHOPPE Market Arcada. Operations of Viscount Mil- ** ner "Becoming Dis- gusting." By Assoelated Presa to Tbe Review Leondon. End., Dee. 20.—Serious rlot- lrig occurred at Alexandria, Bgypt, on Sunday, one Kgyptain policeman belni; killed, according to belated cables from Cairo. This Is Uie first recorded disturbance since the arrival of the British mission has dm! b> Viscount Milner. The -operations of this mltaion, correspondents d-sclare, eare wrapped in mystery and tba people are represented, M "becoming disgusted." Incipient disturbances occurred la Cairo on Monday and Tuesday, especially ln the native quarters where tram ears were stoned but the police were successful in preventing serious die- orders. A demonstration was carried out there by 260 students resulting ln the -arrest of 11 who will be courtmartiai- led. N-ative lawyers have declared a week's strike as a protest against the arrival of the Milner mission, while M percent of the government employee ar* said to favor similar action. KILLED BT TRUES Lieutenant Attacked Aa Ho Waa • Leaving Concert Hall By Associated Press to The Review Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 20.—Lieutenant Jobn Campbell Cleave, 28 years old, of this city, prominent socially, has been killed ln Brest, France, by a band ot thugs. Ha had survived a wound and severe gassing at the battle front and was awaiting for a boat to bring him home for Christmas. With two companlona ha was attacked last Sunday night when leaving a concert. He died tha following day. This news was contained la a onblo message to bis parents and confirmed by another from the United States consul at Brest. Lieutenant Charles W. Navln, alao of Philadelphia, was shot in the lag ln the same attack. SEND UNDESIRABLES By Associated Press to The Review Toungestown, O., Dec. 20.—Twenty-six aliens, all said to be members of tha Union of Russian workers, were sent' from here last night to Ellis Island to await steeps toward their deportation. The men. all ef whom wore steel work- era, took with them their savings of nearly 020,000 in cash. They are -said to ba members of the Beast Youngstown branch of the Russian workers, characterized by federal agents as one of the -strongest branches ot that organization. MANSION BURNS . By Assoclsted Press to Tb* rt»«lew Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 20.—Tha Anthony J. Drexel mansion at Drex- el HJll. Pa., near here, waa destroyed early today by fire. The loss is estimated at between 250,000 and 275,000. CHIMES WILL BIND The new Memorial Chimes of tha First M. E. cburch will be rung for tha flrst time on Wednesday evening, Christm<as eve, at eight o'clock. A program consisting of Old English Carols will be rendered by Mr. Met- tee of Christ Church. Baltimore, Md. A tull program will appear in tha Review naxt week. Hall's Dancing Orchestra. ELL-MAC HALL, TUESDAY, DEC ■ 23. COME AND-8EE CLUB. WANTED —THREE GIRLS FOR BINDERY. INQUIRE AT McCASKEY REGISTER CO. , . ...- -■-
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-12-20|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||December 20, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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N THE ALLIANCE EEVIEW
GeassaBy fair (Might aad liibrt
Rlslag lessperatare. Barometer
teatperataie U at 10 a. m i dear.
VOL.XXXH. NO. 119.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, SATURDAY. DECEMBEB 20, 1919.
TWO CENTS-DELIVERED 12c A WEEK.
ITS FAMOUS SON
Laclede Will Give Royal
Welcome to General John
VILLAGE BE DRESSED
IN GAY ATTIRE
Holiday to Be Declared and
.All Country to Come to
Town to Welcome
f,sclede. Mo, Dec 20.—Laclede ls
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