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E?^ri,*?3E-W^3*l^Klf w^'?^^'^^^e'^*°7^^*'.?,5T';F^i*™,i-* ^^^v5*3*^ v -V AW A classified ad will find the 'logical" tenant for that store. Read the Ids and gi> to the storei INFORMED. THE ALLIANCE EEYIEW AND LEADER THE WEATHER. Snow tonight Yaesday psrtly doody except snow flairies sesr Lake Erie, Barometer. «M»i temperature 18 st I* a. ai elessyt threatening. /VOL. XXXIL, NO. 143. TEN PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO, MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1920. THREE CENTS?—DELIVERED tSc A WEEK. WILSON SENDS MESSAGE TO CONFERENCE IS TO lltOTTf SIMS'CHARGES Sab-committee to Make Inquiry Into the / Allegations. k BAY AMERICAN NAVY DID GOOD WORK Admiral Wanted More Destroyers Withdrawn From' Troop Convoys. DAUOHTEB OF H. C. FRICK RECEIVES * IP.IMS'HOLLJi Will NOT FULFILL INTERNATIlltL DUTY IF SHE REFUSES TO GIVE UP KAISER $ By Associated Press to The Review Washington. Jan.. U.—Completeln- vefttigation of Hear Admiral WJiff <man*p-s*a'Kalti>it the" navy department conduct of the war will be made by a sub-committee now inquiring Into the Award of naval decorations as Boon as lt completes Its present task. This decision was made today by tbe full senate naval committee. Unless the senate investigation of Rear Admiral 81ms' charges of failure ot the navy dapertment to tco-operate bfnlly with the allies during the war ls made tb the entire satisfaction of the American people an inquiry will be made by a navy board. Secretary Daniels announced today. He added that "tao organization ln the history of the world ever did a better Job than the American navy." While refusing to discuss Admiral Stirs' letter ef criticism of the department, Mr. Daniels Indicated that th. admiral frequently olaahod with tbe department through his Insistence that ■Bare destroyers be withdrawn from tbe troop convoys to augment the antisubmarine forces in Euroneaen waters. EHpiSTTO MRIVE LAST OF lEUpiS A telegram has been received from Evangelist Miller who ls to have charge of tbe tabernacle meetings In response ts A message sent htm Inquiring re- gardlng his health. In which he states bs bss been able to be about the house s—ftoe last Monday and that he expects to be tn AlUanoe to begin tbe meetings In excellent shape surely j>n January SA Me makee no mention of having ths Ou and ta probablj" been the victim of a severe cold. This will give the ps asset week for getting the tabeT-1 —_e*ra ln tbe best of condition for the opening meeting. Preliminary advanced work for the meetings will be continued this JMt_»r Hele-rvTVnclc. Srf r/r r*rr~r*f,*r*i£., Mlaa Helen Clay Frlck, who receives the largest personal bequest ln her father's will and who thus becomes one of tbe richest young women ln America. Miss Frick Inherited approximately $22,000,000. it a ts _*«» e » »-»«» »»tt 9 m tt tt tt APPEAL FOR RELIEF. tt tt ' tt tt Columbus. O., Jan. 19.—(By A. tt tt P.)—The Ohio Electric Ballway tt tt company of Lima appealed to the tt tt State Public Utilities Comma- tt tt slon today from the ordinance tt tt passed by the Lima council fixing tt tt the electric light rate ordinance tt tt for that city. The appeal is aet tt 8, for hearing on December 19. tt tt tt ttttttttttnttnnnttttntttttts IN NEW CABINET Says Disposition of Both Chambers Is to Appeal to New Men. CHANGES TO RESULT FROM ELECTION Millerands Cabinet to Go In' to Session at 4 O'clock Monday Afternoon. Text of Note Sent to The Hague Is Made Public—Would Have Former Emperor William Surrendered to the Entente Powers to Be Chastised for Acts During the World War. J Leaders From Rural Districts to Combat Attack on Smith Law. T srai muslin WITH RUSSIA NIT FAVORED By ABaorfated Press to The Review London, Jan. 19«-The Times, which ascribes the decision to re-open trade felattotU with %ovlet Russia entirety to Premier Lloytf Oeorge, attacks him severely and says: • "The statement that' this decision leaves unchanged the attitude of tke allies toward the Bolshevikl government ls regarded as a palpable and ln- solen*^-ntruth*\ The Times further contends that Le- nlne and his colleagues will certainly seize whatever goods are consigned to co-operative societies and expresses the opinion that Mr. Lloyd George's reward for home politics and advanced laborl- ites hsd more to do with the decision I than the sound views of national advantage and national honor". The Chronlclfi, which la a firm supporter of the premier, attributes the, decision to the supreme council at Paris and says: — "The pretense that ths council is dealing only with the co-operative societies and not the soviet government ls camouflage". The Chronicle maintains the allies must make' up their minds whether it i Is going to be peac-e or war 'with the Bolshevikl and if not prepared for war; ought without delay to take the lead ln making'.wn.ee and not indulge ln a miserable scramble of successive capitulations Definite peace lk coming. Says the Break Open Csr and Carry eft Valuable Manuscript, lated Press to The Review Jan. 18.—Announcement Is that railroad thieves recently \ j^j,y^ewar^hlch" adds thai -Nation broke open a car on the line between ln ^ ,„ forcl ^ ^ to end DUon and Meaux and stole the maims- j i^mities. crtpt of tbe famous poem, "Roman De 1 * ~e". This 'was the first work of French literature to bloss outm By Associated Press to The Review Paris, Jan. 1».—Captain Andre Tar- dleu has refused to" reta*tn the portfolio of minster of liberated regions ln the new Mlllcrand cabinet. In reply tn M. Miller—nd's request that he remain in office, Captain Tardleu has Raid that during the laat few days both chambers of parliament have shown tnjjy wish to appeal to new men and that therefore he is unable to accept the premier's Invitation. Changes ln French diplomatic assignments are expected to result from the election of M. Deschanel as President. Q. F. Alapetite, minister to Spain, may become governor of Alsace Lorraine, according to the Echo de Paris, and Henri Alllze, head of the French special mission to Vienna ls being conaldei-ed for the Madrid post. On tbe other band the Excelsior says It ts probable Charles C. A. Jonnart may succeed Alexandre Mlllerand, the new premier as governor of Alsace Lorraine. Premier Mlllerand's cabinet will hold Its first meeting at the new premiers home stt 4 o'clock this afternoon. It will then be introduced to President Poincare, who will sign the decree of nomination wbich will be promulgated ln tomenrow's journal offclele. The cabinet which has virtually been completed Is as follows: Premier snd Foreign Minister, Ajgx^ andre MiHerand. _ —„ Minister of Justice, LTHoplteau. Minister of tbe Interior, Andre Hon- nem. Minister of War, Andre I^fevre. Minister of Marine. M. Ladry. Minister of Commerce, M. Isaac Minister of Agriculture, Henri Rba- ard. Minister of Finance, Frederic Francois Marsal. Minister of tlie Colonies, Albert Sar- rauL ** Minister of Public Works, Yves Le Troequer. Minister of Public Instruction. Victor Berard. Mlnister of Labor, Paul Jourdaln. Minister of Hygleue and Social Welfare, M. Breton. M. Jourdaln was minister of Labor In the Clemenceau cabinet, and M*| Le Troequer was under secretary of state for the liquidation of stocka These are the only members ot the Clemenceau ministry retained. .OIJTEET TD COMBAT SPH By Associated Press to The Review Paris, Jan. 19.—Holland la told in the allied note demanding tbe extradition of former Emperor WUllam that she will not fulfill her "International duty" If she refuses to associate herself with the entente powers ln chastising crimes comn | tad by Germans during the war. The text of the note sent to the Hague was made publlo today. It follows; ..,..-■— •>— "Paris, Jan. 15.—In notifying by these presents the Netherlands government and Queen of the text of Article 227 of the treaty of Versailles, a certified copy of which is annexed, which came into force January 10, the powers have the honor to make known nt the same time that they have decided to put Into execution without delay this article. (Article 227 publicly arraigns William II of Germany for a supreme offensive against International morality and the sanctity- of treaties and declares the ayied and associated powers will address a request to the Netherlands government for his surrender in order that he may be placed on trial.) "Consequently the powers address to the government of tlie Netherlands an official demand to deliver Into their handa William of Hohenzollern, former Emperor of Germany, in order that he may be judged. Attentates te be Delivered "Individuals residing In Oermany ogainBt whom the allied and associated powers have brought charges are to be' delivered under article 228 of the peace treaty and the Emperor If he had remained In Germany would have been delivered under the same con- WANT ADDITIONAL TAX ON CIGARETTES dltions by the German government. "The Netherlands government is conversant With the Incontrovertible reas- ona which Imperiously exact that premeditated violations of international treaties, as well as systemic disregard of the most sacred rules and rights of nations should receive as, regards every orrei' including the highest place personally es, special punishment provided by the peace congresa The powers briefly recall, among so many crimes, the cynical violation of the neutrality of Belgium ,i iu l.uxemu. ur the barbarous and pitiless system of hostages, deportation enmaase, the carrying off of young girls from the city of Lille, who were torn from their families and delivered defenseless to the worst promiscuity, the systematic devastation of entire regions without military utility; the submarine war without restriction, including Inhuman abandonment of victims on the high seas, and Innumerable acts against non combatants, committed by German authority ln violation of the laws of war. Places Responsibility "Responsibility, at least moral, for all theie acta reaches up to tha supreme head who ordered them or made abusive use of his full powers to Infringe, or to allow Infringement upon the most sacred regulations of human conscience. "The powers cannot conceive that the government of the Netherlands can regard with less reprobation than' themselves the Immense' responsibility | of the former emperor. "Holland will not fulfill her Inter- (Contlnued on Page £.) Will Endeavor to Force Intangible Wealth on Tax Duplicate. EMMET WINS EDISON lilt MEDAL. By Associated Press to The Review Columbus, O.. Jan. 19.—A ngw taxation program sponsored by the "cornstalk club" ln tho legislature was in prospect today. Leaders of the rural forces ln the lower house of the general assembly were preparing to combat the attempt to break the Smith one percent law by proposing legislation to Impose additional taxes on cigarettes and other non-essentials and adopt measures for forcing Intangible wealth on the tax duplicate. The House and Senate will meet at 6 21 REPUBLICS REPRESENTED AT FINANCIAL MEET IN Second Pan-American Conference Considering International Problems. "tJTTlTaj-n t-cKcry Eirvmef. . r*wr-4t*/.rrr*rrc. WITlalm Le Roy Emmet, pioneer developer of the principle of electric propulsion for ships, haa lieen awarded the Edison Medal for 1919. The citation reads. For meritorious achievement in electrical science, electrical engineering and the electrical arts". The Edison Medal was founded by the Edison Medal Association and is awarded annually by a committee of twenty-four members of the American Institute of o"dock today. The joint committee I Electrical Engineers. Mr. Emmett ls on taxation may report out the Gard' ner bill which amends the Smith one percent law. . Another caucus of Republicans of the House will be held before the bill reaches a vote L. J. Tabor, master of the state grange has declined appointment on the legislative advisory committee from the Republican state rentr-Hl and advisory committee lt becmue known today. PRESIDENT SENDS GREETING Says Sought No Selfish Purpose in Assisting in World Reconstruction. !. M'MASTER PROCEEDINGS IN THE UNITED ST ATES SUPREME COURT TO BE INSTITUTED BY RHODE ISLAND By Associated Press to TheNevtew , the amendment and alleged that the Washington. D. C Jan. 19.—Validity amendment was an Interference with of the federal prohibition constitutional the state police powers and a violation ■ amendment ls to be determined by the Df the Fifth constitutional amendment. c.1?urFh',ihe TT"^0"^."" ""TI ,7; supreme court which today granted the | They also alleged that the amendment State of Rhode Island permission to | was "usurpatory, unconstitutional and institute original proceedings to test void". it and enjoin Its enforcement In that Rhode Island was one of tbe states that refused to ratify the amendment. a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, class af 1881 and served as a cadet on the U. S. S. Essex. During the Spanish-American War he waa navigator aboard the 17. S. S. Justin. He designed the propulsion machinery for tho battleship New Mexioc flagship of the new Pacific Fleet, the first ship to bo propollod by alectrioity and also dc vised and designed the electrical propelling machinery for tbe battleship California and the U. 8. B. Jupiter. : *Tv . p^___a _._v;',,„ . attttttttttttttttittitittttutttt tt tt tt . DESTROYED BY FIRE. tt tt tt tt Baltimore, Md„ Jan. 19?— (By tt tt A. P.)—Three men lost tbeir tt tt lives and four others were seri- tt ously injured, one probably fatal- ft ly, In a fire which destroys- s it barrack housing 100 employes st tt Edge wood Arsenal near Aber- tt tt deen, Md., early yesterday morn- tt A large audience was present 8un-!« »***f-_ *"" -» «"»• ^tim« ***»**• ci* *» day evening at the union lervice which :*» "ana. JJ waa held ln the First Methodist church. | tt tt' An opening song was conducted by|tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt Rev. Mr. Coffin, pastor of the Friends TO UNION MEET' slate. The permission was granted by Chief Justice. White without comment or without fixing any time for hearing arguments ln tl.e case. Motions to bring the suit were filed by Attorney General Rice of Rhode Island, ln response to a resolution adopted by tbe State legislature authorizing, him to take steps to test the validity of not only the amendment but also of the enforcement act. In briefs filed ln support of the motion, Rhode Island authorities ques- tloned the validity of the ratification of French literature to bl out of the language of the middle ages Ut la divided Into two parts the first baring been written about 1225 by Guillaume De Lorrls, tbe second between U« and 12T0 by Jeah De Maims, mien tbe German advance -threatened Moeu— In 1918 precious manuscripts • mat* removed from tbe museum there and taken to Dijon for safe keeping, the -Roman De La Rose" being among Cases containing these treastu* re being returned to TURKS DOWN BIG OFFER USE OF HIS OREAT TO „r ...r.Hr..*,.1111™5™™ OF INFLUENZA bijp * I" By Associated Press to The Review New York, N. Y-, Jan. 19—DevoUon reliir.Pea?"f-"*'**' By Associated Press to Th. Review Chicago, 111, Jan. 19.—A corps of 600. volunteer nurses today encaged In the combat to check the spread ot Influenza hen. Operating from eight dispensaries the nursing militia began i a survey of the eity to determine the | extent of the epidemic and to aid ln tbe tMeves broke the seals oa a per. ot-ened four cases and rifled the mammta. of church art work here to which be Meaux concentrated himself eleven years ago, VM MMXET FIRM Chicago, tU- Jsn. IS.—Firmness de- " .welope-d la tbe corn market today as a » taeelt ot strength in bog values and western to lees favorable weather for the crop movement. Opening quotations, which varied from tbe same,ai Satur- ' a*Y0 finish ts 1 -sent higher, with May ltt to lttl-s sad July ltl t-4 to ltl -M weee fallowed by a moderate up- —-.-■—turn **■** _TO—ndL Oats hardened a little vrith corn. Af- ~SSr opening nit-changed to 1-4 higher in- doding May tt 1-S to St 1-4. the mar- tost scored a slight further gain. In provisions the advance of hogs -was a aH-Ndous to buy. Offers however were plentiful and advances were soon wiped i WAGES ADYARCED. By Associated Press to Th. Revl.w Bast Liverpool, Ok* Sam. It.—Presi- Smat Bdvrard Menge, ot tbe National Brotherhood of Operative Potters, announced here today that the wages of •boat t.000 general ware potters ln the Unit**-- States would be advanced ten percent February L SPECIAL PRICES FOR HEM- •TITCNINQ FOR TWO WEEKS AT tit EAST MAIN STREET. . LAUGH AT -HUSBANDS ON AP- WROVAt** AT THE STATE 8TREET SCHOOL AUDITORIUM TONIGHT. n**H**L****CK. - Ttt« CHAMPION SHOE SHINE OKN *99 SVUStNESS AT NEW BVfLiI«MG4MI.-mEvSOUARE. has caused Theodore B. Taavalaa to torn down an offer of I100.MO to return to his native rcountry, Greece, and paint a series of ptetuiee tor fit. Johns church ln Marsatflon. Tsavalaa haa been painting the great. Murals and Frescos tn the Greek church of tbe Holy Trinity In seventy second street, for eleven years, receiving no salary. Occasionally the congregation asked for a con- tribotlon for tbe artist and it is always generous. Tsavalaa vowed to the bishop of the Cathedral tn Sparta. Grece, eleven years ago, that he would never return to Greece until he had completed the paintings in tbe New York church. The work wee tben expected to take tarsi is years. It will take three years more than -was first estimated. While 1,200 cases hsd been reported to health authorities early today it was said that fewer cases were reported In the last 24 hours than dor- Ing Um preceding two days. Health department nffliHali iaH the imThtRt of Um cases were mild. Fourteen deatha from pneumonia and Ata tram Influents were recorded yesterday. ACCEPT Dy Associated Press to The Review New Haven, Conn.. Jan. It.—Tale university probably will accept the invitation for a track meet in England, this spring. Professor Clarence W- Mendell. chairman ot the Athletic boanl of control, stated today. A cable message has been received from Cambridge University to the effect that a letter has been forwarded to Professor Men- dell, officially Inviting tbe track team to compete ln England. Upon receipts of the invitation an acceptance probably will be sent at once. —COAL-T"" FOR PROMPT DELIVERY CALL D. C. BORTON. EASTERN OHIO AND PITTSBURGH New S. - BELL •m, 0» «• **-M»V " 7"" " ~~. : ~"*~~ WANTED-GIRLS FOR BINDERY ANO PRESS ROOM. APPLY tto CAtWY REGISTER} CO, '^^^L^^^a^maWs^^ HAVE RESIGNED By Associated Press to Tbe Review Copenhagen, Sunday Jan. IA—Socialist members of the Hungarian government have resigned after threats from Paul Garami, tormer minister of commerce and other socialists resident In Vienna that they would be expelled -Tom tbe International sociallta organisation if they remained In office, according to Budapest newspaper*. St. GaramL it is "-id, believes the entente wOl not negotiate a peace with Hungary with a government such aa vrould result from the resignation from' tbe Socialists. WANTED -.WARE DRESSERS. EXPERIENCE MOT NECESSARY. APPLY FRENCH CHINA CO, 1**TH STREET, SEARING, OHIO. - • —STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINO-V The annual meeting of the stock hotders ot Tha AUlanee Clay ^Product Ok will be baM-_i tha Co-mB Chaaa- ber of the Ctty H_U at T.St p. S-, Tuesday, Jannary SO, Ipa*. FOR LOW RATE LIFE INSURANCE, SEE L. L. WEAVER. BOTH Dl DEEEO'TE By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, Jan. 19.—Senator- Harding ot Ohio, a candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination, announced today that he could not accept "more perfunctory or complimentary" support from Ohio's delegation in the national convention. The Senator sold that If there was *any doubt regarding Ohio's real preference he would be glad to have an expression by the tlly in the singing. The choir sang the anthem "O Lord our Oovernor" and for the offertory Messrs. Evans and Ritchie sang "Forever With the Lord." The scriptures were read by Rev. Mr. Bry- ron and the opening prayer was made by Rev. Mr. West. Dr. W. H. McMaster, pre-ldent of Mount Union college, delivered the sermon of the evening, and presented a splendid message, using as a basis of his remarks the history of the prodigal ron and his return to the home of his father. He drew from these words many apt illustrations which emphasized the longing desire of the Father for the return and the great rejoicing over the return of the prodigal. The message was one of great spiritual uplift and was given wrapt attention throughout -. RI Wilis no nun T By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, Jan. lit.- Market! by the presence of the leading iiuan- ciors s-d bnsineas men of thn 21 republics of the western hemisphere the second Pan-American financial conference opened here today for tho consideration of International problems arising from the return of peace. President Wilson from his sick room sent a message of greeting to the ministers of finance and other prominent visitors, declaring that tha Pan American congress sought no selfish purpose ln assisting world reconstruction and would regard lt as a privilege to fulfill the obliK.itiuiia imposed by the great advantages enjoyed by the people of thetw republics. Secretary Lansing brought ,j»ut-th«- sata'd tlOUCtn scforeasi'ng the" delegate- when he said the Americas accepted the burdens thrust upon tho new world by the war and would press for- ■wmr* confidently t**»t-e better days ot the future. Union's Moral Influence. Welcoming the visitors to the building of t—e Pah-American union, where the general sessions are being held ln the great haM of the Americas symbolising the peaceful friendship between the republics constituting the union, John Barrett, director general. spoke of the union's moral Influence In preserving pA&ce and building up commerce. Secretary Glass, president general of the conference, occupied the chair at the opening session which was followed by an Informal luncheon given by the federal reeorvo board and llio United States section of the international high commission. This afternoon the group committees from each country met to organize and to mt.et By Associated Preaa to Tb. Review New York, N. Y., Jan. 19.—The armv transport Powhatan ln distress about 700 miles east of New York, reported by wireless to the army transport office here at 4 a., m., today that although she was leaking and her boiler room flooded, she was in "no Immediate danger". The 600 passengers were "calm and comfortable" the message said. When the sea becomes smoother the passengers will be transferred to the White Star Liner Cidrlc which ls The transport will keep Bj> Associated Press to Th. Review Washington, D. C, Jan. 19.—Al though there was slight Increase ln state's voters in tbe primary election, the number of influenza oases, espe-1 Senator Hafding suggested Harry M. dally In the Chicago district reported °**1"*h5,?-i*' f C**'™»>us, as the fourth to the public health service today, of- °h'°K le ef ate at large The othera ' . , ' .j .w _~ "7, "~~'> ' on the slate are former Governors Her- HclaU said there was nothing alarming ln the present situation. The diseases ls ot a mild type and with a low death rate, they said, while that number of pneumonia' cases resulting la small. The outbreak of Influenza at Camp Qr-nt- and tte Great Lakes- Training ataHrin la subsiding. Officials of the service pointed out *h*t ftf only aboat 1,000 cases throughout the country were reported last week' as* compared with more than 4,000,000 cases a year ago, the spread of the disease has hardly reached a stage to cause anxiety. Public health service officials said ther had received no report from their representative at Havana of an epidemic of Inflnensa there or tn other Cohan cities. (Continued on Page 6 ) Salem, 0„ Jan. 1».—Salem is faring a gas shortage that has become serious. Some time ago the West V'lr- POLICEMAN dies. By Associated Preaa to The Re-Hew Newark. O., Jan. lf.^-PdMceman George W. Abbott, U, Who shot himself Friday, night alter arranging his funeral, died earIF .this morning at tha nty hospital. He had been unconscious since tte shooting. FLAT FOR RENT—MAIN STREET. CALL O- S. 4*l**4, f«t£ 4T AFTER jPfllfK-7 Bafley"8 Ihundns School WeSnlar class and danoe tonight. A beginners' class tomorrow night. MT. UNION DRAMATIC READINGS CLASS IM 'HUSBANDS ON AFPROV- AJW TONIGHT AT THE STATENST. SWOOL AUD/roglMj|. JjW F^S^ WAMTED-TO RENT A T. Ojf'« ROOM HOUSE, IM OPOD UHJP TION, WITH MODERN ' CONVENIENCES. C. A. HAJtRIS, <ABE WM. C1XAVI* CO. _"S_T*'i*j WANTED—LICENSED ENGINEER AT THE E, H. SEBRINO. CHINA CO, SEBRING; 0-f-tlC, rick and Willie, and Mayor Calvin of Cincinnati. Announcement was made today of tbe opening of Washington headquarters of a campaign Committee to work for tbe nomination of Major General Leonard Wood, as tbe Republican candidate fer President. Senator Moses, atrSwm Hampshire, is in charge. MIKE CANVASS OF CITY Hamilton, O- Jan. IS.—A canvass of every home to the dty was begun today in an effort to swell deposits ln building and loan associations so that theee institutions maty have mere money to lean for the construction ot houses wad thus help to salve tbe housing problem. The canvass was under the supervision of a cnmmlttse of dtiaens. Efforts are being made to Insure the construction of LM0 new bouses ln IMA Operation of'the FOrdson Motor Plant wlthm a month la expected to bring 2,000 additional workmen to the dty. FOR SALEr-BEST MO-ACRE FARM IN EASTERN STARK COUNTY. OOOD HOUSE, LARGE BANK BARN WITH STRAW SHED AMD SILO. FLOWING WATER 1N BARN. VERY BEST OF SOIL. LOCATED JUST 1-_ MILE FROM CITY LIMITS. CHAS. 8. BIERY, OWNER. O. 8. S74&. NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS! MONDAY, > JANUARY tt, AND ' TUESJAY. •ftHUART _ft/*RE TH-* *tAST OAY» ON WHICH DtSCOMMT WILL ME ALLOWED ON WATER RENT. OFFICE WILL BE OPEN NIHOttiHTIL tiOO O'CLOCK. FEED GORDON PRESSES. APPLY AT MeCASKEY REOISTER CO, ot "", r_Eh,tJ to t~kraJl"' ,on **°-**tJ->n l tbe a<vident was received Sunday af that it will not attempt to power, onopolize ternoon when S. O. out. S. calls were sent By Associated Press to The Review Warsaw Jan. 19.—Terms for conclud- I Ending "by Ing peace with the Bolshevikl have afloat for several'"_aya.'"captai_~ R_n- been fixed by the Ukrainian govern- ^i wirelessed ment, a«-ording to Lemberg nevvspa- The Unlted' stateB shipping Board pers. They Include recognition of the gtean,er Western Comet, which ls K1"1* Natural Gaa company whim sup- i Independence of the Russian peoples among the vessels nearby, will attempt Dli*a Salem vrith natural gns r.-.iiv.rl I republic exchange of products between ^ U)W ,h- Powhatan to Halifax, tb. °rdera from the State Public I'lliivles Ukraine and Russia, complete neutral- nearest port, after the passengers have Commission to shut off gas from the Ity of Ukraine and the t-rithdrawal of , been transferred to the Cedrlc. The manufacturing plants of HiiJem for use all soviet forces from the territory of Brjtig-, steamer Ba-tdlo bound from a* ,u6"- This had not been complied i that republic and recognition of the i^ndon t0 New Yorx ls another vessel , "r'th "n<* this morning a pre, m.it.ry Ukralnlan government with M. Mago- i gt^xjing by order came to carry tho order into ef- paas premier. In exchange the com- | ,,,-. PowhaUn left New Tork last ■ fect at once and this is being i,u>..l. munlst party will enjoy full exercise jviday for Antwerp. First news of About ten of the shops of the city urn using natural gas for fuel, the Mullm's shop being tbe largest ururr. Thn stamping department of tlie Miillina shop shot -ott the gas supply ami i.a- tween 200 and 400 men will be thrown out of employment at this plan tonight and the entire number of er_- ployes about 1.009 Wffl be v/Uhout work very soon. The same conditions will apply to other plants. The gas company assigns as a reason for the gas shortage, the company Js not developing the field, liraum of the action of the Salem city council In fixing the price of gas at 84 cents by ordinance in the place of 55 as fixed by >he gas Company to cease drillim; near watts. Some who profess to know state "the shortage Is on attempt to force tbe BalSOS City council to retract their steps aod allow the 56 cent rata to be collected. TOWING III FREIGHTER By Associated Press to Tb. Review New. York, N. Y„ Jan. 19— The freighter Yarmouth, disabled off Cape May, N. J. during a storm, was being towed to New Tork today by the coast guard cotter Itasaca, according to wireless reports. Tbe craft left this port Saturday for Havana -*-lth a cargo of liquor rained at $2,000,000. Of British registry she flies the colors of tbe Black Star Line Steamship corporation, the flret company of the kind owned entirely by negroes. KSeKPUSENGERS By-Associated Press to Tbe Review •profsBp, O- Jaa. 1*.—Thirty occupants at tbe S-sfauller apartments here wero resetted by ladders early today when Are started from a cigarette. The lodgers were asleep and were brqpght to safety In their night Attire fa cold jnd anow. tlie bunding wss gutted. WANTED—MAN TO LEARN TO OPERATE PAPER CUTTER. AL80 MAN FOR BINDERY. APPLY MeCASKEY PRINTING. DEPARTMENT. WANTEDu-NESSENQER BOY TD WORK DURINO THE DAY. ALSO BOY TD WORK AFTER SCHOOL. INQUIRE ' POSTAL/ TELEGRAPH EXPEDITE HEARING By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C Jan. 19.—The state of Ohio today asked tbe supreme court to expedite consideration of appeals brought by George 8. Hawks, an attorney of Cincinnati to determine the validity of the Ohio constitutional referendum amendment.. Tbe question was Involved to two proceedings Instituted to enjoin state officials from submitting tbe federal prohibition and suffrage amendments to a referendum vote last November on tbe ground that the referendum amendment was Invalid. Tbe trial court held that the stole amen-meit was constitutional and it was upheld by tbe state supreme court. \\fWmm By Associated Press to Tb. Review Havana, Jan. IS.—Many cases of influenza have been reported ln this city but no authoritative statistical are now available, A newspaper report states that 1000 cases have been found here bat this assertion has not been corroborated. FLAT FOR RENT—MAIN STREET. CALL O. S. 4124, BELL 43 AFTER 7:«0 P. M. FISCHER JAZZ BAND ELL-MAC HALL TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, W20. COMCsAND-SEE CLUB DANCE. li-itiiitJiTiiiWiihitiif^ CALL MARTENS FIRST By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, Jan. ID.—Ludwig CVA. X. Mtrtens, self-atyled Russian SOTjet Ambassador to the United Htates was the first on tbe list of witnesses to bo heard today at the opening of the H*m*tm-t**peepn Relations sub-crmrmtt- tee's investigation into Russian IJol- sl>e**m propaganda in this country. His personal secretary and "chief of staff" Gregory Weinsteln. who was one ot litumt KBStttly arrested In the d>- "* Of -justice found up of.al- I and Santerl Nuorteva, at tbe soviet bureau here, . JCted to follow Mortens on *?L^y***»TAR CA8Y IN -HUS- ■ANDO OM APPROVAL** AT THE •TATm TOM-ST SCHOOL 7PNIOMT AT. COO O'CLOCK. r*W^^9mriiws. fi'V,.-;'
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-01-19|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||January 19, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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/VOL. XXXIL, NO. 143.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1920.
THREE CENTS?—DELIVERED tSc A WEEK.
WILSON SENDS MESSAGE TO CONFERENCE
Sab-committee to Make Inquiry Into the /
BAY AMERICAN NAVY
DID GOOD WORK
Admiral Wanted More Destroyers Withdrawn From'
DAUOHTEB OF H. C.
* IP.IMS'HOLLJi Will NOT FULFILL
INTERNATIlltL DUTY IF SHE
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By Associated Press to The Review
Washington. Jan.. U.—Completeln-
vefttigation of Hear Admiral WJiff