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A CLABSirUW AD wfli fee year aead taeoteml alter. erjilia'aitliOs I'ef vote*. A OVAMxpna^R wttl aateCjWg > lag" ,aaateg VOL, XXXIfc g&<tt5. 'i'l'iiii.. * ii'i ■ .''I i'i ;iv ff.r v r&rsr, -"fctsftvj:-* TEN PAGES ^MFRESSIVE SERVICES HELD «IMW Gifts Accepted a Community, sad Appreciation Conveyed t# Donors in Elotjuent 'orms— iiishop John W. Hamilton Delivers Two la .airing Messages tb Ctofrejation, and Choir Sings Beautiful CantaU. V Aa lmpreastv* service waa held In th* First Methodist Episcopal church. Sunday, ta connection wtth the dedication ef the china* of bell*, the revolv- tag Steetrl* cross and the memorial tablet "It was a home-coining day tar the congregation, friends end former sassabere of tb* church,, and the pro- greed, arranged for the occasion was oa serially appropriate. Th* aan announcement of the gift by th. pastor, th* Rev. BetteUo McCarty, tee Ksaentation of the chime* and cross ■ Qetensl Wtllhua H. Hbrgan. fa. oe-. . Oeptanoe hy William L, Hart, te behalf ' ef the traatee* of the church and by Bon. R F. Weybrecht ta behalf of the community, the stimen and cons* use- Don of th. *blm*. andcroaa by Bishop John W. Hamilton, of Washington City ail were tltttag and entered late wtth - tha tea solrRorthe occasion long to - be remembered, not .only aar Ba beauty, hut tar the pxirpoo* Oar which it was belA . ' Tha program was opened with an or-. aaa preiue* "And th. -Otory of th* Lord", played by MOV B. Lettreno* Al- Iso, organist and choir director. Mr. sang that baaetiful Chriatmaa ' Tata te the Day-tt* Jfta.Bora", and tea chotc^eang **Rta* -fwtb y* BattrT, the Opening Prayer was made by Dr. W. H. McMas- . Mrs, president of Mt. Union college. roUowtag tha singing hy tha choir of "I Beheld and Lo" the congregation, led ataaseetor. Joined te reading Psalm g*ne suilptar. reading waa,con-. by Roes R, L. George. Superln- whtoh |HHHttRttttn»BBn "J^ttfAHO aXTRADITIOH - •*A^RV FRANCB, DRC. A». IfatKAgsncy)—Extradition of Bmperor WtUtam of _D* aria be 'demanded #. 9m9l Holland «a -soon on Ota heoemes otto decision *■ Mnl.-gl oraaeaf »agttra»*a aa anteMtt « Three Mea to Fsee Charge of Ha ring Sold Wood . AfcfRWtv^ MANY DEATHS FROM DRINKING UQUOR DE11B II BSE Half Sister of New i Open New'Channel la warder Case. _FreOa Oa Th. Review aa. Col., Dae. It—Among to be ealted today at Barry Haw who la accua- ~ r Of hi* fiancee Ja-Mtas Bdgg Claney, Aba aocused. according r the defense, .who pre- motty would plaee the death of Htte Lesser te light* . . ateo indicated an* to prove that pinna tor nib mer- jaar-a tew hoarn b*- t*** attorney* snot ■aJgffgatBradte refute the claim tell** pto*sciutloa tttet Jjew decide*. •jjaverat waaka before '*""" - frrfFrjililf Tl'' —J " I ^2**?. **Bw*tJ5» soata, The atteme Intention ot faty aa to t*. They expected bT;Wedne*d*y attlteReta. «f"wa> . ^w4"' w*ta.to »>*BJP P^Rbttwdaee much rebuttal testis***? nad ee-JereTwrtba! ™* " *******'' aB Joined in singing Hymn Ho. 4H, "Rejoice, Ye Pure In Heart". Mrs. Eb. Jane* sang th* offertory solo, "O, Little Town of Bethlehem." Thta led up'to'the talks that were delivered ta connection with th. pre- sentation aad acceptance of the chimea and rroaS, and the delivery of tte dedicatory sermon. Dr. McCarty. pastor of the ehurob. In announcing the gift of the i lileisa ead ore—, spoke of the appreciation of the church, end ot the people of the magnificent gtfta, and of what the chimea ead the ere** signified aet only to the church bat to community. He spoke lu term* that sheared a full appreciation at tha gift, and reflected wha: R means to tee church ead community In the course of hla remarks. Dr. McCarty spoke et th.. cherished" memory of the douailod a hue* nmiiie i tea chime* and th* tablet ere lirteadart to perpetuate Thomas Res. Morgan, Br, Elisabeth Nicholas Mcrgsa And Margaret Morgan Ramsey. r Freheat Gift*. Colonel William & Morgan "to "behalf of himself end Mr- WHneH. Ramsey, presented the gtfta to the church and community, saying: v ■ -rThe program ia rather long and cm behalf of Mr. Ramoey and myself T will briefly aay thai*the —Btlieiiata eg. preeaad In th* printed program. wgd. when read by you, gjva yau'all <he reformation that te nersaaary to show you our Interest and desir*. 8tudy-th* ta*uj|ptimo on tee ban*, cewnaaswiis ere eweyed for good or evil by eus- roundlns1 Jhftnanote When yew asw In doubt and trouble, may. the bell* Inspire and lift you up to higher end better thing* of Ufa, rwjMmberlng. if possible, that *v*ry cloud,*** a snver 11a- tng. Whan yea tteTO-Jreaaon to rejoice, may Ua* batta ring out glad tidings. "Tteis and, Provldeno* rectify all things . - Hy Father waa an *xampl* af what work aaa honest eeeeavor eaa achieve ta this great country. 1 do not knew would expreea hlntaslf about de*trts*L. aoar nreaehed eaa (-air axes* that yea eaa get antklug* .«XoaV* te* wSI nni, ^~-e^y*rwxwar-tgrx*£HBF Which te tbB arte and tt* IMteaoee. Three-taurtha ot tt* eerto'* surface la water ama Water to a compound, of b»- drogen aad oxyg.0 but to eeparate the., two ***** require* as much Seat a* you could obtain from burning the hydrogea- aa* itealf. Nature or Oed has provided that to the eaa* of matter, e* separation of element.' can be obtained without effort, effort er Work- It ia a pity that thee, law* are not u*- ddratood end accepted. All Of u* would he much happier. Trying to obtain aseaethlng wttbeXft-a correeponding .t- fort win fan. (Ban. No. 0 1* pedieat- •d to Work.) Father^was a great lover of music. Oa visiting his native town In Wales some years ago, he met a number of hla old echool friend. *Rach one of them decided to give a bell tot a est of chimes for the old village church. Who* looking through some papers, I found th* program for the dedication of those b*B*. ./ . In a WBl mad. some twenty years ago, I mad. provision for a memorial of thai kind Otjaar pat-wit*. All of the events of the last few year* have brought to us more forcibly tap uncertainty et lite, aad after talking tte matter over with Mr. Pamsey, we deemed to have thee* chimes- ealiitsl wafle we both Uv*g and enjoy them with yea. We baps the community wBl recetva theee rhlmes with es much pleasure 0* R glees ua to present them to yea. AhteBerawa* DeBvateA Bishop Joha W. Hamilton, ef Wash lngton Ctty. preached te th. congre*.- tlon both morning and evaata*. Hla as******* were a great spiritual up- Rtt, -and revwied to Ssy Twenty Bsrrels of Forty to Fifty Gallons Shipped . _* to Hartford. By Associated Pre** to Th* Review - Haw Tork, N. T.. Dec 28—Three stea, n druggist, g liquor dealer, end an undertaker, faced charges before _ a United States commissioner here as well a. those wto? are *t_l lhl> mnmlnp In eonnwllnn with tha nwan. Th. stock offers* WOT ALLIANCE. OHIO. MONDAY DECEMBER 29. 1919. taVMBwai SEIJSHtlflllii DQLURPUHli Outlook at Present Ttme Is That Afl Stock Wat Be Taken By Wednesday I^vehtag—PertRRis Deaiimg to Get In oa Giwaad Floor Should Buy st Once. Tha committee te charge of the saB- iag of stock of the new rwabsr ooso- pany about to locate In Alliance state that It will be impossdbU to amhaia complet canvas* of th* city. They-expect to be able ta etas* th* BUbacrip- tlon book* with tt* close, of the pear Bad cloee the contrast wtth gpj uliliii company. Little effort haa heea Bang* to sell tb* atock atottod te Allienr* by the oeaiiiiitteea, hat OR* stock he* laigsU taken by the* on th* ground fleer, tn 0 the original amount af stock for haa been doubted hp prac- to tee- condition. JUMPS TO parJ*a*alalii4 Press to Toledo. fX Dec. tt _, guette, wtth a four year old eRfM 1 *?£22!i t^^JL«nfetpTnaaVao ly today just betet* her home ot te flames. te *> oav thl* morning te connection with tha spreading of wood alcohol a* whlakey through five state* ia the test tea day*, deeth aad blindness following te It* wake. <j The mea attested late test night and early today by Daniel L. Porter, supervising revenue agent here, aad U. B. Dobbs, a federal agent are: Adolph Panarelll. a Hanhattoa wine atet liquor dealer.. . / Joha Roman.lll, n Brokolyn undertaker. • i i Samuel X. Baleeby, a Brooklyn drugglat- Romaaelll, according to Dobbs, ia the "King pin" In the wood alcohol traffic. Paaarelll, who according to the federal agent*, made a clean breast of his part In handling the beverage said when arrested: "I am'glad you got me. I wUl tan all I know but for God's sake dont eead nig to Connecticut I don't want te b* lynched. Mr name ba* been published ia wH Ur* paper* aad it would moan certain death.** According to Dobbs. Panarelll ia esplaaattoa said that be had been approached bpa.aina named flol*- B*rgVj of "Bariteti, Conn., a friend "* hri ilf»tJHl"< QHBB Hiilsl "Booss.* Panareui. then got into oommualcaUoa - erttb RAman*lll, Dobbs aald, and finally Saleeby, the druggist - Whoa Interviewed by nawsaaper. meg a* aolfoa Aee^qoartere «aaarel- ' BaWBnad>ha4j II sota It* i relate! jjteio '■■litaggj* had beea •Up* pod to Hartford, each barrel coataln- lag between forty and tifte gallons. TB* prtoe paid waa from $1,000 to »1.50g n barrel he eate- EXPELTTRuBBLE he te DP. Bishop HOjnflton gradate. Union eon***) 00 yeare ago, ate* attar oompiaiag ate aellags work *pent somstlia. teachta* te this vicnttpT.- wtee* eatartag the astaletry ate work baa oarrted htte tt many parte of the wertA aad in hla eate*apsrteaos aaa Bishesa haa I sod eork Mr the obareh of oop He aaa be** retired a* a aad teat preeaot ofAa Al school at Washington CRp.BI dh-ectbsa ef Ohw Aaxa la the. eatecUoa at a tea* ae a bast* *r*d a i MURDER THML Prohibition Inspector Hearing on Alleged Murder Charge Starts. By Aseoctated Free, to Th. Review Hhnaaasa. Ta. Dec, 10.—Difficulty te obtaining a. oatlsf actory Jury wa* taw pected to delay prnoeedlng* when WB- Beta O. H*R proAlbBBaTaep,st«f ate cuaed of murder weat on trial bar* today. It waa expected that tte venire et 00 Been eater** weald peeve Inadequate In vteW Of tha general discussion of the eaa. ead pJalsspread feeling against the- dctendant te thto .action. Denaonkratlons against Hall and hi* deputies- when they aerrnntalgnog nt Winchester laat faU cused local offl- ctete to take' .very precaution against Amllar occurrence, during trl*I**re. ■old .by Wedneaday mwiilns—te statement of the coasaaitt** te ef the selling at the Meek. Tl party has the strong th* Aillanc Charabar af tar A complete taveeti*.tion mlttee namag by th* Chamber to ta- sxns Into the business capacity at theee composing th* compear. Member* ef lhat oommtttse beeaane stock- holder, and tt. predicUoa te mad. that eaa rubber eeeapeay steclrwlll prove a goad taveetment end a good dividend Those who tears te know more shout the prospectus af tb. rubber company eaa caB I. Kech er W. O. Rollte-on tte ead they wfll be supplied wtth ' V dsxptred or cell Mr. a O. at the CbasBber of Commerce •Other phone. Subscription, for •aa be phoned to either ot^th. ago* eay hank te th* etty and win be aretein*. It I* the op- IBy of a ate time to become a at Of million dollar rubber company with unties*tly bright prospecta. If yea waat oa tab ground floor, buy 'He tt now. STOCK 1» KESTiraO ACT TO REVIVE 12 Western Associations Ap- pesl to Wilson to Upset Palmar Compromise. - tt.-Otemuers of It ' Washington, Dec Western . Cattle Growers' associations have appealed to ITesldent Wllaon through tut iiwii Bm ratary of the Tt aaa. ury HaAdea te upset tte arrangements made by -Attui us, OpteneA *T*hn»r. te compromise th* government's anti-trust proceeding* -g-y*"* the meat packer. John MUler of Fort Stockton, TQJtV|JSg Went ef tha Panhandle Cattle Aaaooia- uea, •:•*■ .^j *L-i.-^i' The groweva, Mr. Miftw eaM, submit a* NEW JINGLE TO coram *MM M TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. ToLsyOatPirogramForlts Work of Investigating Miners' Wsges.,. .,• OPERATORS TO . TENDER SERVICES Say Commission b Empowered to Grant Farther / Wagf/ Increase. IF MINIS IS TQ BE ISSUED AFTER rUTIFICflTiON -wsBj Open Question As to Whether Call Is to Re Msde by President Wilson, As Origiaslly Planned, or Ry Premier Clemenceau—No Word From Germans in Response •'><| ''*. to Last Note. -»; •• I *^A»eX. . —* -"P.. 4.^ By Associated. Press to Tbe-RMstew Washington, D. C Dee. 10.—Member* ot the comlsslon named by Presl- dent Wilson under the wsgiairlhe **t- tlement agreement to invessteate wages and prices in the bltuminwu* ooai Industry conferred with Becisgary Tumulty today at th. Whit. House. The commission ta expected to' lay oat a' program for Ita work at rpsoting* during the day. •.< _'■*'• Member* of tt* executive oommtt- tee of the bituminous coal operators association also war* te' tte city today and it was expected that the operator. nnallyNovotOd tender their assistance to the comndsslon in ita work, te spite of objections that have been made by the operators to the government's plan. ' Under th. strike settlement agreement With the miners, made by Attorney General Palmar with'-Prealdent Wilson's- authorization work has been resumed in the mines, a 14 percent to>_ crease IK wages haa been given thf miner* and government fixed price* on coal of 41.35 per ton rninerun at tb. mine have been retained. The commls- I sion 1* empowered to grant further tn- Claim Young Woaisn Spent ^^^er^PtE?^ By Associated Press to The Review ' Parte, Dec St.—Informal notice of the flret meeting of tee council of tte league ef Ration* will wssbabty b» gtv- •n a day ar two after the exchange of ratlfloaUons et the treaty of VbnaiUe. Ambaaaador Wallae. cabled tha State Ttepurtment ta Washington to this) effect efter thi* morning'* meeting of th* supreme council which had th* ques tion uader consideration, It ta still an opea question whether the formal call for tt* meeting ahall be Issued by Prealdent Wllaon ae originally provided for, or whether. In view of the fact that the United Btetea has not ratified the treaty, tte cell shall be Issued By Premier Clemenceau. th* president of the peace OBBterance. Thia ojueetion ea 'VfBS a* the. ateee tar the Much Time in Company With Victim of Foul Flay. By Aasociated Press to Tha Review Mogul Clemens, Mich., Bee. JO— Macomb county authorities were today Investigating a new angle nt the slaying of 1. Stanley Brown, sob of a Detroit ai* nn fartttrtTi wl"*?^ body was found m hla anto eo the road from Detroit teat Wednesday morn- teg. •-'-at-v ' ' The new Information wan a state-, ar^MeAtes*, ntetem,/ Mtss Ohtdyg Summit wte» Rt came here late laat night from Battle Ooek and gave the officer* n etory ua- Ote compromise doe* not give thee* any vm^A^&Je^^ •-«.. market, by th* paeker* (a-fhe'SlteA^W- last Saturday "red » .»■;"• vantage of the producer. They aa* that Creek and •ah*, HI** Summit doctor- th. prosecutions be taken oat ot the ed, Thad been much la Brown'* com- handa of the attorney general and that pany Just prior to his death." new suits be brought with I rands J. The girl whose name Hiss Summit Heney of Ban Francisco, former attefMgave to tit* officer* left Battle Creek n*Ffer-lbe Federal Trade Commission | for Uount ctemens early last week, es a special proescutor. .. jtjhe statement says, after borrowing a uniform tram a- soldier' stationed at Camp Custer. She returned to "We adopted the usual course In setting the matter before Prealdent Wilton." Mr. Mittsr said, "because w* thought It unwise to put our evidence at tte disposal of the attorney general In view of his attitude, aa demonstrated by tte settlement wtth the packer*." Mr. MUler said ta addition to eesegat Texas aegtta aaaocteUona, similar aso- ocatlona ta Colorado. Oklahoma and ad- Jacent States had Joined tn the tea. aentatlon. Conferences wtth Mr. HcAdoo upon th. subject were held by the growers' reprexentaUvee la Mea- Tork last -Week ead teen -the matter waa brought [Camp Custer soldier to Washington., Battle Creek Wednesday afternoon, HI** -SummR declared, with a large sum of money end attired in new and expensive clothing. Later wheal Informed of Brown's death by Mis* Summit, the statement lays, the girl displayed unusual Interest and inquired it her name was mentioned by the newspaper report Mtaa .(ry~>—*t** m^'^masti itagfiigti' uniform bad been borrowed troni a Chief Straight HAS MYSTUHQUS TftSTE By Associate* Press to Th* Review . Cincinnati. O., Dec 10,—The Ohio State. Basra of Health wfll be asked by ctty officials to ascertain If possible th* cause of th* disagreeable taste In the city's supply of drinking water. Th. waterworks officiate frankly state that' the cause la srxaystery ta them ad the bacterial ttete hav. shown that the. wader 1* not Inimical to health and that .a to net caused hy ohiiMiliei* aksd te. Italy rata ta aniu—d ef basing klS*d the filtration preceaa. ffupertotendent tees ead state sehake roiay aaopie: and they shall beat their awards Into uiiiBte*srf»aaHmiir agteis wte'tesa. lag bsojte; pSj^aBsspsj^ftony with herlteaband awaaaaaa'by 'teUteR^timtsB^SaS BOOatossnoA*. AUeeeepedn ***£ OOAJL anHtFROMFT DRUTERT SSSffifWaRHI RO. B. %n» Q^ky-ltodjrttfS^rJ OOM^A^SRH^S^, Tabjl#as',te. HaOsiet aad Raymond Shackleford dniless^*y^snjplv«r dual be- twean one two Btent aad aa automobile loeer *f prohibition Inspector* teat htereh, wfll make eeR>detenee Us plea. He WBl claim that the Brat (hot* Bred ess** frees thenar occupied by Hudson aad niiaikloORIg ' Hall was Mad oa AM ateee charge tost ewatem.br, tho Jury hetog used*, to reach a verdict. jnitiniMif; mr Associated FrMe to The Rwrtew Haw Tortetl.^Pfc.FS^gRn waW 8e^ wf aWbsT^aa'4axVway. •BssxUed gad surface line* da* te a power bowse accident, . caueed the Haw' Tork Steak Rxchange to doae |0 nxteatao toamedlately after taa opening today.- It was announced taa exchange would be re-opened at tteffOrte axembere were oa band at tha up antefc tteueaade ;0f aeople late for wee*. VmTaraa&tho mm tonad la aalatlana S:M: rTbere isnel- a Greek, there Is aelther ktkawete .Rte-Bte js^warpp^wsrs: Ejaai,. Johnaar Greek, tbera Is " Ibeaat gar freAjhere ta neither a m Oxaiillll tor wkTar* all On* ta Chrtot B£«3ww^^ faatteW, ii i^te <tee MtRjiisiMTi mmSmam aBaB, ■ &4^m*W&*oA\' FRRte, " 00. . SwAW at. teree tfdoflk. exe* and waete caexfte at B. Smlth^ot Bwrana . at onus THB BRING _ WAHTCO-UVBOBERB FOR CON- STRUOTlON AHP TRACK WORK; mm&mjm^ m&vr *y»FLovr parr office, /umrioam stbri. j^HORjaa. -^j^^g .. BtEHTV OF CHICKEW8, i^RK. ava^ rMJORte ombebs, arrf aaav ROAST 20e PER t-B; B. J. RtCK ARD, CORNER ARCH AND CAte- l^-.-^tefcLF tewWISa^rhel^ V SRU3K YARD -1ASORER8 AND NIGHT ENQINER. ALLIANOte CLAY PRODUCT Ogs£*SlAHONII0* Avtnua. jta, HUler ef tte waterworks aaya such a, conditloa occurs only when thereto running too to tb. Ohio river. 4H7EBT10K CORBTTTtJTII)RAL|e<T By Asasslsted Pre** .Of T*. OtovMW rjtrand Rapids, Htah, Tte*, MLr<Vp* ■ atttuttonality of tee United atatoa aHg. tlon tewa questional to a demurrer attesting the lndlctmenta against Senator Truman H. Newberry ead 1ft other*, filed today by Martin W. Uttte- taa, eeunsd tor the reapondente, Jaa demurrer ate* set* tertB the*■ a axetor- tty et the oounte to tt* tnOtotnwnte de not constaute) Uatod Btataa, BRBRr eCARARTTRR. The Mty heelth asisuimsiit raaorta that at prssiut aboat a- dosen rest. are under quarantine restriction* beteg cblcken- taver aad dlph- jg**te^||t:eaa** of. *tar are i iq irteCf tairfnVjS axxyaQgoit rnxm, "tjfife IN OONHEOnON. OF. oaamif and haa been requested to Much . d*ol*lon within 40 day*. . *___ , TheVSBtobers of the'Co«ml»slm> are Henry M. Robinson, of Pasadena, Cal., chairman; Rembrandt Peale, repre- aentln*>the operator*, and Je*11 P. WhitertepiBBuiltlng Ot*miner. DRIVE OFF ROBBERS By Associated Fees* ta Tu«~R*vl*w Cleveland, O., Pec ».—Screasns of a Beysnty year old woman. Mrs- Roe* Blenkusa, housekeeper for Rev. John J. Oman, xajeter er HixtrrJiMI ttrnrch, drove oft Rva-ante robbers who ttroke into tte partoh house early today, and saved tt* content* of the safe, consisting of 11,000 to cash and aeveral pleces'of silver plate belonging to the church. • By Associated Press to The Review Akron, O., Dec. !».—An unidentified bandit one of three who held up a Wooster avenue restaurant today, wa* ■hot end killed by Mike Demor, cook, during a eayolver duel which followed th. robbery. The men took $44 from tte caah register said fled when the cook opened fire. The deed ma.1i dropped to the pavement Just outside the door. WWAJKfl declared, waa corroborated by the Riot that taa aoldler called at the young woman'* rooming house during the officer's investigation there to ask the return of, the uniform. Straight aald he nelteveovthe soldier wa* aot ia aay other way connected ngnt a* tne corner oi sun ana rjowan with th* case. Hla* Summit's •tato- streets at I o'clock this morning. An nan, «... thaT mnn. woman aaked' **">** "teted that h. •noea'vored to e»- ment 0*y» the, young woman asxeo , „™-k ~, tw nn~ By Associated Preaa to Tb* Review • Akron, Oj Dec 2*.-irPatrolman Fred P. Anthony, 1077 Laurel Avenue ta held at police headquarter, eo e charge of manslaughter for the death of Her- man Joss, 4t, a mechanic residing at the Hooee club. Anthony shot Joet down during a fight at the corner of Mill and Howard I PUN TOE -ilttnaal meeting at tha members of the council | Wttl probably b* decided tomorrow. Bate rj*s*stete. Tha date for the exchange ot rattt*- catlona oa which the eett for tte meet tea ef the Losgno* council depend* ta still uncertain, nothing havtog b**n heard from the Oermana ta response te the let—» afiisn note. The expectation in official circle* ta that soma ward from Berlin regarding the subject wltt be et hand by tomorrow, unlaw Interrupted telegraph*) transmission causes further delay. Tteia. limit Deeestser 0L According to the term* of th* peace treaty Germany waa to furnish by December IL a atetemaa*- regarding a number ef different questions dealt with by the treaty. Aa the exchange of ratification* 1* net yet definitely In sight, however, the council -today considered the possibility of extending the time for thia statement The conditions under which Germany la to turn over the light cruisers da* mandad ae pert of th. reparation for the destruction of the Bcapaflow fleet ateo were discussed tar th. council. It waa decided to send congratulation* to General Nlsasel, heading tte mission to the Baltic on tt. manner ta trfcSch- Its task In connection with th* evacuation of the Baltic province* by tte German troops had been carried out '% Republicans and Democrats Relieve They Have Peace' Pact Comproaiise. By 1 tttf'r ted Pre** to The Review _ Washington, D. C Dee. IS.—Republican and Democratic senators working tor-a peace treaty compromise centered their attention today on a Finn said to have been accepted ter the-mild reservation Republican* aad by a number of Democrat* tor revocation with three modiaoaOous ^%a»Jm,.TrUr'sit fbTtesfi MO*. * The three ebon gee, which some oeaatot* believe would make the ree- ervatlons acceptable to two third*, steal with the preamble deolaraUoa that the qualifications must be' ac- qulesced In th* other power* with article tea and with Shantung. . Tha mild group believe fAat Sen ator Lodge, -the Republican leader win'be wflltng-to make theee cheng es and that Senator Hitchcock, lead er af the Democrata elao will be satisfied wtth them. It was said, hew ever, that party head* la th* Senate bed not expressed a final opinion, Under the new preamble suggested, the Senate reservations would be regarded as accepted by the other parties to the treaty unless specific objection were made within a limited «an««tta«Rtt»a«ttttaB a - BRYAN ON STUMP OMAHA. NEB. DEC, to.— William J. Bryan will- speak hare January 12 on "ThevAt* UtndO of the n*mocnatlo Party in 1010." Friend* of Mr. Bryan **y he plans a tour'of several weeks In which he Witt discuss wa League of Nations, the peaee treaty, and other poasibl* campaign Issues. ttttttRRttttttttttntSRttftRR wlFtW<f NEWQUMtTERS oimjje work! Home Service Department I Moves to New Quarters, snd Tskes Hp Work. her to Join aaa vlalt to Mount Ctem an* where oka aald ohe had aa ea- gagamaat ertth Utenteln man. ^•Ml get Brown'* money nad ring t* I ban to kttl him," the *t*t*m*nt osiilog Unt till as eapiag Hiss nam tett Sag* Bhe declined tha invitation whereupon the girl replied: "Then 111 got some pne else to neBf-non."* v*,':.- • BT Asseeiatrt Press to Th* Review - ' -ganrtrmatl, P.. Dec'tt^-Tae Federat- •d American Societies et experimental btopogy which began a tare* doia ee*. eton her. today, planned on reeeoimend teat the Bale At wood oIbbbsJ h* trolled tor tkoJtrrm*njamit.jatLarM -te-T*efOBfc"BtoJto Tjntsssstty, INO FAINT WALL .Pi _ FOR8At.E± REBUILT TWO TON FEDERAL TRUCK. A MONEY MAK- INO PROPOSITION, BOMeS-RMMT. motor asRwasa mm&8^%fem mom m% aba) NOTICEB.P.O.E. Bts* TTtiRiMfiffBBo NEXT DANCH 3AKBABX ■ mmJfmm .m mm** ASBp • 1 AVENUE. A ROOM HtHJgE FUS-j - $m»mWpoAW*JitoA* awmtrvmrn OlEWOCr. t> CAXA e«M- t»a, A#K FOR WL SEALS. ^S?«3Ki paid that I* axake end eefl an * beverage, * drink containing wood alcohol wae nothing abort of murder. ksad aTRte^wajrapa^aW gfc: ':.. Th* frisate of Mr* C. a Weybrecht te tear*' aa* to eutto Ol at te Columba*. 'fiter any**, Howlan- aad ntec* Htet RBIUceat Weybercbt were called to .her bedside morning. -Herl brother, A. D. lied In Coiumbu* ** ~ .' ROLL THE OfeOVSAR OUT AND THE NEW-IN, WfD. EVE 'AT THE 8EBRIN0 ROLLERRINK. ALSO OH NEW YEARg AFTERNOON AND *% enin4a3-5va3bIS B&y**y&&&2 , MEW OARS a^HMtla^ FRlcpK BOICK IBS, MODEl^FIVB FAB8EM- OER,tSIR CYLINDER, TOuRlNaii fiatlANO^SEORN 1MB MODEL, k)AKLANQ. ROADSTER IgZfl BrOOgX WITH WIR&WNEELS. ALLIANCE BttyroR oar s*v- lg^i$,-% ^LEGION DANCE. - COME AND DANCE THE OLD VSAjT 9tft.rim* »fsw i vsah m IWtTH. THE AMERIC/tH UgHftek F4IIZE WALTZ. *1R00 ■ TO WlSV NINO COUPLE. THAYER/B Ott OHBOmiA. ELUpWAC HAXL.--..:.v,..T'"*' '•jMltTia ^^QOH^WttB.- AF.: FOR REenv-MODERM SEVEN -PLY- AT. NOBILw CUT iStt« SHOE ROOM HOUSE Off ARCH AV*. BRa, iTntolVl ftaUr m&:r*A*Ar9u o\W disc. teat 3oot ead wae struck on th. nose ead knocked down. H* then sot up and draw hi* revolver, firing the mm ahot Mill BIM Mi By Aasoeteted Pre** 0* Th* Review Cleveland, O., Dee, tt—Two armed footpad* escaped With 110.000 te cash aad tOS.000 te checks la a daring hoM-op te the downtown »ec- tloa thia morning ot Jemee'Hoduf. Who Ran carrying the taattaj from a aavtaga aad loaa company to-a beak. The bandits war* waiting te aa elley nad when Hnduf paaeed by they hurled him te the atdawalk and Ossafod wtth a satchel contalateg fad ngsgassy RRBCHB -FARCRLB F4JST. Ry Aeaeelated Pr**a to The Revtew Washington. D. G, Dee, JO.—Parcels post aalea from army rataa etoree dto- oontinued December 10 to reltay* the man. during th* Christmas eaah *WUI be resumed oo January L_tt waa en- nnonosd tester at the Wer WAHTMD -1 GIRLS TO WARM. An*K> GIRLa TO LBAHR RK8T WAOKB. AFFTpT Df FHB- SOST ST THB SEBRING POTTERY CD. .,. ' _ ■ ..';, ^ waawp **- vatTHo wgai*- TO OPERATE TTPRWRITHB, FOB ciMmjajsAMl":*yotm^Anm, '?7STata W»rm nrtteto IF ervatlon wbuld be changed so as to eliminate tha'language which Prealdent Wilson said he would regard aa k rejection ot the treaty aad to substitute aa affirmative declaration that the article'* obligations ara aecepted wtth tb* understanding that future congresses shall ba at liberty to decide questions'of peaee ead Language which some aenn- tor* have regarded a* offensive ta other powers would be modified in the Shantung reservation. Although compromise talk oa tela and other modification plana continues among tha senator* remaining here there are *u many absent thai no concrete action ta expected until tha Senate re-eaesmbleo BOXt Hoaday. START CRUSADE AOAfRwT BALE OF WOOD AjrCOHOL. By Aasoeteted Preaa to The atevtow PMtadelphla. Pa., Dee. te.—FeAeral. rtete aad city authorities here haa* started a crusade against the distribution of wood .ad denatured alcohol for beverage purposes. Prosecution* WBl Immediately follow where evidence la found that tb. so- called "liquid death" containing either ingredient is aald ae whiskey. Twerwlngs wave been toxaed against CO. SPECIAt. MEETINO, AMERICAN LBgHOOt, TUESDAY, TtSB P. M. ItO- POfJTAJftV^^^I^lfeL^^V' tliiii Is! iRiaii" of onootauBs at wholesale PRICKS AT THB BROADWAY ^MtMaMTEETK. BOY TO/ WORK AFTER SCHOOL AND aATURORTeV APPLY REVIEW BuatiocsS oPFNii. •; mx^lfffl /WANTED— AMERICAN 8PEAK- INO JANITOR, APPLY TELE- PHONE pOFPICC, >MORQAN ENO. the ua* of concoction* containing the** poisonous fluids. I NOTICE Start tee New Year right- Please co-operate wtth year yager boy If peytag him ***** week the first ttete he ealte. Then If year oeriloe 1* not •attefactory tell us. Remember the boy cannot make good without your help, end If he falls down on bis first Job, wttt R not be harder ter aim to make good the nest ttteoT Think It over seriously, then act aa your ooaaetonce guide* you. We thank you to advance fag your bote, aad la an dotes are sure wa voice the senti- nses^iKtawcarriars. RSVIBW PUB. OO LABORERS WANTED,»WINTER JOS, BOc PBB HOUR, B HOUHSTHR DAT. AFF*E WP Ifc A. VAmOV. BON CO. AX DANCE CANCELLED TONIGHT. BRET DANCB JAI4UART FIBBT. The Horn. Service department of th* I Red Cross Society bee moved from the j Alliance Bank building to the Hollas! block. South Linden avenue and East ■ Market street, where office, sad a sup- j at> room will be maintained for the work carried on in Aillanc. aad vicinity, i In this connection tt may be stated that 1 th. Red Cross Society ha* taken over! th* work heretofore carried on by the' ABinaee Community Servian Society ang which organisation had the room* : now being used by the Home Service' branch ot the Red Cross Society. Monday-found Miaa Aurle 14. Buck, executive secretary th* Red Cross Horn* Service busy I net ailing tte equipment in the new quarter. She ha* aa stenographer Mis. Mildred Allison. Beginning January 1 Hiss Ruck wfll be given an aastetetet who wUl ateo devote full tiro. ' te Ota work here which haa grown* to I extensive proportion. A* heretofore; attention will be given to soldier work, ttl. concluding th. subtest* of compensation. Insurance, liberty bonds, etc and elao tte paper* per. ■■~tag to the naturalisation of alien*, office boars win be from nine a. ra. to twelve end from one to five p. m. The office may be reached Over either telephone. The office will be closed Sat. uredy afternoons. Tb* Red Cross Horn. Service did an ' extensive Christmas work among needy famllle* of th* community and to tato wee aideS by th* Elk* who provided twenty-five dinner baskets, the Salvation Army and others Ten baskets were ai*o prepared by Miss Buck and Mia* Alio* Havlland, the latter former secretary of tte Community Service Society bat Wtto resigned to take the Position of school Bursa, The dinner basket* contained chickens, fruit snd other , eatables In this connection Miss Buck wishes to acknowledge liberal donation* of underwear, sweaters, stockings, gloves; cape eto, from tha following firm.: The Boston store, Sprlng-Holxwarth Company, Koch Brothers, Geiger Brother., Turnlpseed A Steffy, Klein A Roderick aad th* Conn store. Dtetrlbutlo* was made thto holiday •eaaon of fifty fUnn *ulls of underwear. T*gtrt-*lir" sweaters, three dosen pair* ef glove, aad three dosen pair* of stockings - _•-> Other donations received and for white tt* thanks ot tt. society ta given wer* as follows:—Teung Ladles' Missionary Boetety of tte Presbyterian •hurch 110; T'reohylaihjii Baaltaj school fOg worth of grocertos and f0 In money; Mtos Balnea' cute, of th* First ME, church Sunday echool, fit ter toys and extras'; Hiss.Atks. Havlland, cheek 01OJ Camp Fir* Olrte, f 1.15 for mitten. The Rotary Club ate* made a fine donation. tt* eaaount of which will be announced . Haiky s Dsncina; School SPECIAL MUSIC TONIGHT. BIG NEW YEARB EVE CARNIVAL OF FUN;, FISCHER ' CR08S" NEW, TauSs inaiiT XGnj.'*! FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE. GOOD LOCATION. CALL SSLL fete " NOTICE ODD FELLOWS SOCIAL AND WATCH PARTY ON .. WSONEAOAV^EVg, DECEMBER Si. 1foN Odd fellows FAMiLiaa; AND FRIEHOf. PROGRAM -AND r REFREBHMENTa COME. ^^4-^,fmtf4wrrvaRt*-
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-12-29|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||December 29, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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