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-*-■*-#- i-.-.-ipj£Jrjr -v****-- '^*yi*J-*t';7g- '- .*-, - tS1 *Jy-> - 7^3 fe/'W*'-*'-' -**fe-'*-T-*-"' '.^7-. fi^!JlffS)pt^^P^ w I Classified ad-mtiatnt** •»*»**- times bringfs resoltt wfciclt abide «ith 70a through the yeartMUwe yoa a good position? ' N ->-*.* Tti t? a- _ V .v AND LEADER REVIEW N fHE WEATHER. Pair teelght aad Wedaesday eee - take. Ite , ..m weee Chang* ta faperetete. Barometer MJSt taatperater* M. et 10 a. an cleedy. \ VOL. XXXH.NO. 174. TWELVE PAGER ALLIANCE, OHIO. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24.1920. THREE CENTS-DELIVERED 15c A WEEK RIISSUN SOVIET is uruD Trade Edirttnw, Howerer, ~~< May Be Reansted"ii"" KarliDBte, „.,_.— MIGHT BE MENACE TO WESTERN EUROPE Thia la Fear of Premier MB- "kftmd; George aaHtttti Hare Different IrTtnr. i to The Review fkb. Mr-JfcscognlUon at th* ment by antant* aJMIaBS la aot contemplated by the su- prii anted council but trade relations amy ha maemed and mutual agreements i*tall*J* -to aggrseeton *gs<eed upon as a reeolt of yesterday's oonvereatlona ky tke coudcH, iocordlng te le eald ta have vetoed tke tar ot France that United ■■Mta might be a serious menace to Western Kus-ope, while Premier Uoyd Oeorg* *ad Nttti hav* taken th* view haa been broken np and la Report* therefor*- that reed to de- reached by the oooncll are taken that a middl* ground has been ea whloh th* alliee oan stand tm* condl- I M **M to hav* been wo ta the -British view but Rumania I* reported ta have asked guaranteee from the am** reHWre to the riek* Involved la dkect negotiation* with th* Bolehe- *rt_ Repreeentatlve* at tk* Battle states aad Finland are also said to have been prsmlssd aupport should there be further sgiissslun on the part of th* soviet l»isf siasnl - IKT niTION TO BE GIVEN HT SENECA .'■■■:„■. SCHOOL BUILDING JHK- th* BBp-on Art Exhibition etjpet-tn-eo M t*n*aaa1aBsr ri*ri*e.u**si~tlu***ta B|'rtar*k arohltaotnr* end important vtow* 1~lt»a Bature will he held a* the Benin* avenue echool building. February Ittk The fund* trom this —hlfaltita *■ k* ***d to purchase pteture* to adorn tl* achool room walla We hope you wtll net tan to vlalt thta eahlMttoa end believe yev wttl be tatty i*a*lt fur tk* SUght trouble aad ■aaa ta tk* pleasure and profit you gala for yourself, beetae* helping of the *£*ta*a* The I ft! i ion M M asnt* for adult* aat It USUI* tar children, MM wishing to oontllot with th* table to—ting* th* building will be at •:*» o'elock. ENJOINS HOARD FROM SEUKBUI SHIPS Bylsoslstod Frees te The Review Washington. D. O. Feb. 14.—A*ae- ateta Jastloe Bafley et the District supreaaa ooart today signed th* form- Bl artWr at injunction against th* shlp- MBd te prevent the aai* of 2* Oenaan liner*. The court oon- ta tha rat-poet et the shipping haard that tha ship Suwene* whleh haa haaa lar t»,OOO.ooo tw eseladed the order of injunction. z-a Randolph Hearst w th* ptaooodtaga famished a at flAAPA to tademnltfy th* aklp- heard againat losa Ma i at aa apyaal wa* given ky tar lh* shipping hoard, bat tt waa UM that aa a apeelal aw tal \7 aald tl RAID L|00_ STOCK ^»T*7-putt4s**' burgtolB. ▼aata*** at darkness dartaa the Bat- arday alght power hreakdowa, ed hla ia safutead cellar dear i away ah automobile Mad of REBELLION SUOSIDES ON APPROACH OF THE FEDERAL ENF0RCEMEWTCB1EF AND AIDS Major Dalrymple Dedans Ha b Clothed With Authority to Arrest State. Comity aad City Officials Who Have Interfered Witt Hla UeoU_anU to Seizm* Contra band Wines. .wuimmer- [ L By Aaeoelated Preas te The Review Bryn Maur, Pa. Fsb. M—Oa* ot tke government's em-plus of smoke making material left over tram the way ln sig- Hara waa suggested today by Jsmss J. Crenshaw, associate professor of chemistry at Bryn Maur college, who eerved la th* chemical warter* of th* American Expeditionary Smoke screens hundreds of mllee ln width, he believes would be more likely to be discerned by possible Martian* thaa th* geometrical deelgns which-SirOltv-er Lodge suggested be laid out on tb* Sahara desert. The government haa enough smoke- making material to create a tremendous scrsee or spot on tha earth, and thi* material oaa be uaed for no Other purpoee, Prut Crenshaw said. He advocated covering en area as big aa the state ot Pennsylvania with either black er white smoke. '•*> "If anything vrould reach liar*. If thet^ Intelligence reaches our*—which le necessarily presupposed—they would undoubtedly have telescope* which would enable them to distinguish * larg* spot on th* earth's surface", he By —eeetated -Press to The Rep-tew Marquette. Mlcfc.. Feb. 14,—H- B. Hatch, United States Commissioner, today refused to Issue federal warrants for the all tot ef six Iron county officials charged with conspiracy to obstruct the prohibition law. ' Hatch de- I ulsred he couid not act without tbe approval of District Attorney Walker at (UtraMf Rapid*; PeAmm laas* ~e*<uoua Of Attorney OCneral Palmar. Major A. V. Dalrymple. federal prohibition director fer the central states, I who asked tor the warrants, notified Hatch that unless telegraphic authority to laeue the warrants eras received from District Attorney Walker by I p. bl be would proceed to Iron county with a company of Ms own men and a •quad of Michigan state police > and make arreet* without warrants. Prof Crenshaw believes lt would, be possible to make the spot appear aad disappear by regulating the flow of smoke. It parallel lias* of amok* elector* were erranged aero** a neat aaaar* ta-aB rasa 'ap* 11 such ee desert er ek *3*ta they could be releoend all at T-- nri* fate eo that, .ta a. Must period InTwhoie squar* ww****. ke mat* area aatk amok* Tag ttey could be ekeTott. thesmoke shewed to drift astray *ad turned on agata. ThM could b* repeated aa often a* tk* apace could be cleared hy the vrlnd. BED FORGES GJUTURt . NAYRL AND OTHER CRHT III NORMI SECTION By Associated Preen te Tke Beview London. Feh. •*.—The capture et lee- Dd other naval craft by tke By assoclsted Press to The Review Marquette, Mich.. Feb. 24.—Major A V. Dalrymple. federal prohibition director tor the central statea arrived In Marquette carry today to apply to the United Statee Commissioner Hatch for warrants for tbe arrest of six officials of Iron eounty and the village of Iron Msec charged with obstructing the enforcement of the prohibition law. Sixteen federal agents brought from Chicago, Milwaukee and other cities Of the central states detrained at Ne- gaunee, headquarters of the state constabulary In the upper peninsula and Major Dalrymple wtll leave Negaunee thle afternoon for Iron River accompanied by a troop of state police. The federal raiders are scheduled to reach Iron River at 11 o'clock tonight- , BheeM tela Beealeltraal* By Assoelatad Press to The Review Columuus, Ou Fee, 9*.—Commenting on tbe attitude of Governor Edwards of New Jersey toward prohibition and the Iron county, Michigan, uprising, a statement Issued today trom the headquarters of the anti-saloon league of America at Weetarrllle, says "what Edwards really ought to do Is to Join the recalcitrant QlBetal* of Iron county, Michigan, la t**lr •ITort* to set aside federal taw Sty nghttag ta* adminlitratton of prohibition." , Tha statement declares "Governor Ed- nnntt»tttt«tttttts»ttantt tt -s tt ANNOUNCEMENT*. It « ' ..... ■ tt m TUESDAY— It tt T:l»—aecond Ceasing of ChitaL tt tt Business gUhf delegation tl tt WEDNESDAY— tt al •:*"•—Prayer meeting*. tt 11:»—Christian men meet la tt tt PreebytaHaa eharch. tt lita Ml** nentl** Blbl* toctttxe. tt tt 7:_—"Whocan be Saved." High tt tt echool delegation. tt ttTHUBSDAT— ^ tt • »lf Ptayer meeUngs. tt tt lk:M~-0_attaa men meet la tt tt Presbyterlaa eharch. tt S *:»0—Miss Soott'* Bible leetare. tt • J:»--^*mpUaam*m**»V-mt. tt tt - ualoa oollege aad Morgan tt tt compsny d*J*g*rloas. tt tt FRIDAY— ^tt »tt»—Prayer anattaga. —Mi *rmt»=C»ifiieaa men neat ta« S Presbyterlaa obnreh. tt tt »:**»— Miss Scotf* Blbl* lectnre. tt tt T: lt—"Tha Greateet QueeUoa tt tt Grades 7 aad % _*J_. U Schools.-* Firemen'* dele tt Jt .... catlea. Baeeter* chotvatt tt "The Holy Ctty." tt It SUNDAY— tt tt 10:00—Christians classified. tt tt 2: SO—Men's meeting. Subject. It tt "Be Sure Yonr Bta Will tt tt Find Yoa Out." If tt l:to—Women'* meeting. • Mia* tt tt Scott to speak. tt tt MONDAY— tt tt Evening—Sacred concert to be tt tt given by the chorus choir. tt « a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa BITTER MI OF day. TH* _ "Awordtng to supplementary information tram Archangel our troops cap- tared battleship* (?) of the Cbeema river flotilla aad two heavy aad ave light "The numi M bombarding Ohenlt (asa ef Asov) from there Fierce fighting to continuing around Rostov and N*khttcbovand (tlf* Don). Ra kave captured t_> tortlficaUons troops have o\Oelltck£ DEPRESSION IN PRICE ted Preee to Tbe Review OL, Feb. 14.—Some deprea- th* eorn market resulted today from weakness of starling exchange and from lower quotation* oa hog*. Opening prlcea, whleh ranged from one cent decline to 1-t oeat advance, with %IM to *1.S0 1-t end JeU •UT t-4 to UUS7 W. were followed hy a moderate general setback aad than by a decided rally. Farther re-selllng of t merles* oet* fer which Canartlsn oet* war* aubstl- tatad had a temporary "tarlih effect oa the aata market. After opening M ta 1 eeat lower, laetadlaa May at 77 Ma to IT Me. tke market rallied ta sympathy wltt corn. ly aawkness of keg* and ex- Selling, though, wa* not at aa TO MOR OFFICES wards Is like a wild aae braying In the wllderne *" whea he later* that he will light tke adoption of S prohibition plank ta tke DpjTOoet^tlo natfaaal aonventlon. It saya Bdward* will *SpSt "foemen worthy et hi* steel" thera "tta MB meet William Jennings Bryan aad Ike friends, of the Nebraakan poeeeaeed bf mere Strength thsa the Jereeytte and hi* cohorts oaa muster." 'The bea county incident." eoatlnuee the ataterrent, "to ea iUuatratlon of th* thing* the anti-saloon league expects ta. Hght la It* W*rk of Amerloantaatlon. paper aoeounte eay the wine In Continued trom Flrat Page ANSWER IND CROSS PETITION FILED 01 LOGALWHISKEY CASE On or about the night of November It IM*. MB* Huth claimed that Tl casee of whlakey were rtolen that wore hto property. The case was fully aked soon after the larceny and J. _ MIBor and Walter Mile* were charged wttk the theft ot the whisky. Hath to an ez-ea- loon keeper, but did not have the whisky stored in hta saloon. Miller and Mllee stoutly dfalod the claim tkat thay had stolen the whisky but e-knitted they knew where eome of the stolen whisky could be found and stated that thsy could give Information that would lead tii a recovery of part of the whisky. To ***** further prosecution of the case Miller and Miles agreed to place |UM* in th* hanCh of Attorney Sydney Geiger on trust, to be paid to Huth ta oaee no information leading to a recovery of the whisky wa* made. But thereby hangs a difference. Both claims that the restoration of aU tk* whisky waa promised, er th* forfeiture of the money followed tt to atad, while MUler and Mllee teU * different etory. It to a Mra Miller famished tk* tl.Mt.ntt tt of tke 71 eemm of overed. Huth action ta ooenwa pleas Sydney OMaar at aL ta at tk* tenet fend of AIM*. Following ttto action mra J. tt. Miner through hee fltod an'siiewta aad oroes petition es court tn Caatoa I atoe tt* ctatos* aata* by Mllo Huth. tt* Mock* a|a atorad haea at receat i J •V tt. MABJT. AMNCf MM TMB RIOHMAN BttOa. CLOYNaB WIU. tttt AT TMB BTAttK HOTBL WBO- jptoay. raawiAitif m* with t^^^urrti,-^bcoXtb Atttt SEAFOODS. CABBBMllan '_ mmm wmo^m ooMrr^m.V *&* IN* THBMI tYBB IN Tt-ltot OAU.Y WOtttt WH_ FttpD 1WIJBF FttOtl BVB STItANt BV CAUUlNtt OM IM Mo aauia Mtopsttkv PtTM tttaWM BT VBttV ^^T%TOttKt^_^^igjgEB\ Bt^ _ WMrrCO~i,ICENSEO ENGINEER Wmt refriqeratobinq exper- MfsOB. CAU. tk fuHB4 Ott APPLY AX AUJANCE Ml « TUBtSAY. •OAj-ca By Assoelated Preee to The Review Cleveland. O.. Feb. 14.—When the semi-centennial meeting of the Department ot Superintendence, tte largest organisation at the convention at the National Education Association opened today, piO v*ions of a fight over election of ofpieere over ehadowed other topice of discussion before the 8.000 deiegatea F. M. Hunter, superintendent ot the Oakland California, echool* wss prepared to. submit a resolution providing a primary system of nominations, tte two with the highest rote. to appear on the final ballot. At pee* ent the nomination la ta tt* hand* of a commltt** tfhoasn by th* rrislsk*ti W* preach Democracy ta our Jat'« hay* it la ear organiaa- tibn wa* Hunt**** argumsMt- Othsr orgeiilssllssi dtocu—d kygtene. Americanisatlon WPM-K ta the schools, school gardening add general .achool •uti-fltM*. For tbe fhwt ttn* ta the history ot the national aesorrlstten. the deportment of superintonttone* kave provision for consldPfTatlea for acttvltls* ot tb* American Red Cross in tt* public school*. Dr. John Finley, BMHtal loner of education of New Y*ak*Btteu***d distinctive forces in eduektSoa. staking for better cittoen ship at tt* condng gen- He plaaaBlt tt* tea tt* Junior red croaa tt* red urbs* organisation ln the sch-xH* of the eountry. The nearly 14,0*0.000 ehUdrea ta more thaa **.- 00* achools ar* enrolled ln the Junior red crose auxlllarlea. 8JIL luniE THREATENED BREAK IN TRE NOW REJtOY FOR WILSOH ACTION •p- JBfll Passes Senate. FoDow- ing Similar Action by House. MEASURE CONDEMNED BT ORGANIZED LABOR Pressure Wffl Be Brought to Hava President Veto BUL J. M. MBtar b* gtoea judg. Mr tt* AU** with interest from —AAs-tAPL ■ m i n IP* **mt. Newest Creations SOGIirBPORTS LIST YEJIB EXCEEDED THAT OFTREPpOSYEIR By Associated Presa te Tbe Review Washington D. C F*b. 14.—Although there were general complaint* of a eu- gar ahortage ta ttto country Mat year. exports of the commodity during that time exceeded those of tte yeer before by more than one billion pounda, according to Department of Commerce record* Exports reached a total of lr4TI,40T.*TI pounds compared wtth 407.296,324 pounds the year before. One explanation of the increases advanced by trade experts tM th* department to that Emgland sent much cane to tte United Statee to be refined and reehlpped. Exporte to ttet eountry, heecio*. erer* only 414,170.544 pounds, wBereea France Imported 417.M1.1U pounda ar nearly kalt at th* total. Italy took tbe third large* quantity. H,MV *4T pounda Relaxation ot restrictions on shipments by th* allied countries after tke -ear to _._\i_ a ta ,--- tor the to be By Ajutadated >ret-e t"e tlie Review Waahlngton. D. C, Feb. 14.—Tb* railroad bill passed laat nlgbt by tk* Senate, 47 to 17, following similar action la tte House Saturday continued today to occupy much of the attention of railroad onion offlcers and general committeemen,- who are here to pass oa President Wllaon'* proposal tor tt* settlement of their- wage demands by an Impartial tribunal. Unanimously condemned by organised labor, tt* railroad bill goes now to the White House where a direct appeal may be mad* by th* union* for • veto to prevent the arbitration provisions, to which they object, going tato egect. Several officers declared that such an appeal was necessary to meet the unrest among their membership Their talks waa open in tt* hotel lobbies where the union men gathered, though hy some of the higher officer* It w*s discountenanced. Whil* claiming that a strtks cill would be 100 percent effective, they expressed belief that ttl* waa not th* tlm* for such drastic measures, ta view of pub- lie disapproval such a course would command. • Heated Discussions. _ President Wilson's proposal, discussed heatedly ln secret meeting*. m*y aot be accepted by tt* unloa m. according to reliable information. Many documents bearing oa the wage question and the coat of livtag bar* been circulated bet—lea the White Bona*, railroad administration A tha committee meeting* at the railroad unions, non* of th* union* expected to flnlah consideration of tt* question before tonight, while a nam- r probably will require tomorrow alao to formulate their reply. Washington, D. C„ Feb. 14.—The conference report oa the railroad bill, embodying legislation for reorganization of railroads of tte eountry wttk the end of Federal control, wa* adopt. (Continued oa Pag* 0.) . MTDHT FAVOR UNHID STITES tMBJK INCREASE By AssocUtsd Press to Th* Review Washington. D. C, Feb. 14.—Despite the foreign exchange situation, the trade balance ln favor of the United States increased 1267,000,040 In January according to figures made public today by the department of commerce. Both exports and imports showed an advance the value ot goods sent out of the country being 1741,000.000 and that of thoae received 1474,000,000. The exports compered with 1*41,000,000 tn December and t«2s.ooo.ooo tn January a y**r ago, Itn- ports compared with fttl.OOO.OOO In December and 1111,000,000 ln January, of ltlk_ For th* seven months of ths fiscal year beginning laat July 1 exports totalled 1441*4,000.000 and Imports M,- 741.000,0**, leaving a trade balance of 11414,000.000. The trade balance for the Corresponding seven month* th* year before waa 11,011,000,000. Gold Imports far th* seven months' period amounted to IW.OOO.OM es compered with 114,000.000 ta 1111 aat exporte 111,000,000 against 121,004.000 last AFFILIATED RAIL EMPLOYES ORGANIZATION HALT PLANS * ■ Demands For All-Appeal to the President to Veto Railroad Bffl Continue to Grow More Insistent—Bitterly Attack the Otnrernmenfs General Polfcy and Manner of Dealing With Wage Controversy. anttsiiBtittnttitttnttnn a S STILt -MINING. B a n tt Columbu*. O., Feb. 14.—(A. P.) 11 tt five additional votes were gain- tt tt ed by tt* dry* up to noon today tt tt ia the re-count OB tte federal pro- tt tt hlbltlon amendment Tbe wet tt tt majority now stands at 113. tt tt tt tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt IS -BENML TO By Associated Press to The Rsvlsw Philadelphia. Feb. 14—Samuel Rea. president of the Pennsylvania railroad 1 na j tateraent today said the passage of the railroad bin ls beneficial to the country because It has been thus removed from a political discussion that Increased public unrest and uncertainly. "We wtl ldo alt ln our po-w-w," he ■aid. "tot make the bill a decidedly conservative measure In practice and beneficial to the public, the employee and the owners of railroad secvrltiea But the main re ponsibillty for It* success rests on tte Interstate Commerce com- so sound, through reasonable earnings ttat new capital for their expansion will be available at all times and that railroad expansion can precede business demands and Its lack not be an obstacle to farther progress." RECOVER GOODS TAKEN FROM PATTERSON STORE CBtat Of Police Elliott has recovered Mta merchandise stolen from ths grocery store on East Patterson several days ago*. The goods amounted to about 150.00. The Chief went to Ravenna to get the men who gave th*lr name* as James Moore and WUllam Davis but because of the fact that they were held by the railroad author ltie* the case of the man will be heard in Federal court a* thay ar* charged wltt breaking Into the Atwater ate- tlon. Captain Baker of the C. * P. detective force has the men in charge and they will be takea to Cleveland. The good recovered by Chief Blliott Included glovea, cigarettes snd cigars. By Assoelated Preee te Tbe Review Washington, D. C., Feb 14.—Threats of a break in the affiliated railroad employes organisations militated today against Immediate solution ot tte questions before the representative* of the 2.000.000 rail worker* conferring har* on President Wilson's pra> posai for a settlement of their wage demands. Because of the wide divergence of views held by the committeemen called to Washington to consider the White House policy executives of the organisations admitted that ttey did not know whether they oould hold tte strength they had gained when lt was agreed ten day* ago that th* organisation* should affiliate to consider the proposal. Want Maaaar* Vetoed In every conference, lt was said, demands tor an appeal te the President to veto the railroad bill continued to grow more Insistent. The leader* therefore, were confronted wltt the task of explaining to the local chair men the baste reasons ter their tentative acceptance of the Presidents' plan, while the latter were bitterly attacking the government's general policy sad the manner ln whleh lt had dealt with tha wage controversy. The leaders also were forced te co-nbat moves of radical element* ln several direction*. They said those might take definite form at any time. Net United. That the general committeemen are not by any mean* united tn favor of tt* PieMdeat's proposition was Indicated by private discussions among the executives aa. to courses of actio* ia *v*at tt* pitta Is rejected. IC J. Maalon. president af the Brotherhood was said to Whole miTSICLINE TO DEAL WITH SMETHS5II Wffl Wait Until Convinced Bolshevists Horrors Have Come itr End. DECISION PRECLUDES DIPLOMATIC MOVE Allies Promise Support In Event Bolshevik Attacks Are Made. mission Id gzln ga fair valuation of the railroads, ta having liberal views on ptjRaiiraad' Telegrapher* r»nm*d nsanprmsetlone andSahem all ||,|f gjtjJiTliTTliaf tTig 1 _ ln ^2n^J*?.tJ*!lr<md "^Ji.^"!* verir^e "referred to the general membership. Thi* proposal has not gained headway among the other executive*, it wa* said, but It serves to Indicate the trend of thought of the leader*. President Wilson will not *ct Immediately on tba blU. It was announced at the White House today that Ma President had directed that th* mess ure be referred to tt* Department of Justice as soon aa tt reached tte White Hous* from congress. Taa executive haa ten day* ta which to paas upon th* aot before R can become a law without his signature. DEMOCRATS CONSIDER HOLDING PARTY CAUCUS MAY SHUT POLICY TEACHER DIES HJeitry.l*. at Of Bu. o. rav, drWHtack ta th* LJ* Bb* came I ta Ma-no* __*- of Okie State Vataersttst, A Uent ye sag tady aad highly gy-jawitag **BB**-np*»taaTiy a OIL WELLS. iBkhBTealaaeeof Mta nm »• fata ata weBtt ^_Zm_^Z^m^SZja^_^_^~-_mS-^__— in Ohio |M HAMOUWa MATtOpM. MUSIC CO. mm -dtaFWB BVrMItt - fai|tka WHICH COMPLY, WITH THE OHIO STATB UlW.'TOU MAY 'Hom THBM AMY rMM NOW. OttOBtt EAR1.V ANITBB BBAOY. BSVIEW t*oauBHiaj|;|i|TafolliiimB. onto. MIOOLB AM MaM «9ft. HAUL- MAW AHD t,f NT .lAlttTOB wontc no aw**BBintfa heces aairr. oooo bavin-it -*•> _*m WILLING. TO LEARN. JUAXIHQ- ton ttmtmiatf.' TAlA.-:*K&t-9ii UVINQ SOUTH. «ASrrOr«MJtBtt«JmARCH.MfT youa m__K'moTnjtmjS*et7wS* mtmnT. —voo« EXPERk" nOWBRB. INITIATION. NOBNt. •UPPER. _*_ JOHN TOTH-B MMU6 SALS et silver tar tte saas* perl am—nted to tUMOO.MO compered with 11TM00.OO* hi th* corresponding aertojLar* year before.. - - _ APPEAL FUR MORE COIL made to Topgngstown, &? Teh. tar mor* coel mtA at Mttebet-gk. aMettag today, hy D. T. Mnrray. loeal dUtrilmtOr ta aa at- ta gat eaoogh tBil to keep tte Neel tadustrtas operattac. Oaly ttl ean were received today agalast a daily mm consumptloa of TOO eaaa. A at aMa official* told Mr. Ma*- ray tkat aatak actloa ie aeeded tf tha aMi are to eeattaae trmal capacity COASTING ACCIOENT Ha-fs Dpi Orchestra. mwiitt •**__lH_«5a W6QOE8TEO TO Bt PRESENT AT NEETINO TUE8- OAV, FEBRUARY 24, AT 7dB P. -avytall Wm9& W-T* 7*^arm9mWW*n^^ff^a ._*Kgm* *mp ^9^R^Vf| Ywrnta 4fpv*aaB*aV fvnRoVn •■ Np Np Br AssocUtsd Preee to The Beview Washington, D. C Feb. 14.—-Movement among senate democrats for the holding ot a party caucus for coneld- eratlon of a possible shift In policy on The men" tried' to"sell the cigarettes ! traaty reeervaUon* oonUnued today un- and they had the glove* hldd*n In At, -"«* th« ■urt"c* Btron« aawortere ot Ay A**oetat«d Pree* le The Re-riew London, Feb. 14.—The allies will decline to deal with Soviet Russia "until they have arrived at the conviction thai the Bol.hevists horrors have come U an end" it was announced after a meeting of the Allied supreme oouncll today. The decision of the supreme council It waa recognized, precludes diplomat's relations between the allied govern, meat*- and the Moscow administration la tte Immediate future. The oooncll expressed Itself ea pleased that the International labor bureau had decided to eend a delegation ts Russia to study conditions bet it stated lt* belief that supervision of the delegation shoald be under the oouncll ol the league of nations, giving the Investigators greater authority. Hie oouncll lt was stated, decided the stllss could not accept tbe responsibility ef advising tts border statee to cone ttnue war against the Bolshevikl, which conns by such states might be injurious to their Interests. If the Bolsheviki at- tack them within the territory of the border statee, however, the allies promise "every possible support." LIKES SICRIEICEO * DOE TO failure: TO USE DRRTPRECAUTION By Aaaoclated Preee to The Review Cleveland. 0„ Feb. 34.—The lives of hundreds of thousands of persons are sacrifice* annually, human power Immeasurably wasted and staggering economic to** results from ths failure to apply scientific knowledge to the prevention Of needless weakness, diseases and death, eald Dr. Thomas D. Wood, profeeeor of physical education at Columbia university, New York, addressing the National oouncll of education today. Th* council I* composed of 120 of tt* leading educators of the coun try attending the national education association convention here. "Our achools are wasting enormous sums lg trying to educate children handicapped by Ill-health" Dr. Wood aald "Seventy five percent or 16,- 000,000 achool children of the United States have physical defects which are mostly remediable. This shows that tbe business of keeping the echool children of the country In good physical condition ta a disgrace to the nation". Josephine Corliss Preston of Olympla, Waahlngton, prealdent of the National Education Association told the council membere that years ago men quit teaching because salaries wer* low and now the women teachers are quitting tor the same reason. She said a substantial salary Increase was necessary to secure trained and competent teach- ero to till the 26.000 vacancies snd replace 76,000 teachers below professional standards ln ability. water. They had been on sa extensive tear by freight, according to their story aud their roundup came ** * result of being broke. Moore lire* at 111 Scovtl avenue. Cleveland, Ohio. TO COUNTY JAIL Thn* PriMBcrs At* Takea Wkfl* A*- Four of the prisoners ln the elty Jail Win take a free trip to Canton this afternoon, one of whom. Jamee Coegrove, will flad a place In the county workhouse until a One of |100 and coats ls liquidated. John Buda, charged wtth ereon, waa unable to furnish bond to 11,000 for his at court when wanted will be Incarcerated ln tbe county JeU until k time a she can furnish the re- qulred bond, or the caee Is beard by the Jury. Delorma Bishop charged witt forging a check which he got Ted Lynch charged with ng trill repose In the Cantoa Jefl until their cases ar of by Juvenile court. WBDlfBSDAY BVBBIWa AB member* ef the different Mission- of tbe ctty wfll meet at M. U- church at 4:44 o'clock go to the tabernacle In has been tte C a SS HARDWARE OELECATES nam tumt tnhnibhep —r, atx noobw in bouthwbbt PANT OP TOWN. CAM. O. B. WMBW YOU THINK OP PLOBTBRB THINK OP WIDMER. the administration while expressing a willingness to enter Into ■ caucus, declared however, that a meeting of party members erauld reveal little, change ln eentlment on their side of the senate chamber. The proposed caucus was understood to have strong becking, among Ita advocates, according to current report* being Senator Underwood of Alabama and other leaders of the group Which has been urging ratification of the treaty on the beet possible compromise. Republican leaders watching the reported developments In tbe Democratic ranks reiterated their assertion that 22 Democrats had evidenced a willingness to accept tbe republican reservation program. Administration leader* disputed this total which sdded to the known Republican strength would bring the eupportere of the Lodge reservations to within a doxen of ths tero thirds vote required. The outcome of the caucus movement waa expected to be brought Into th* open noon ae Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska, acting Democratic leader returned to tke Capitol today. Previous to tke convening of the senate today, leaders of both parties were unable to aay «-hetber consideration of tbe treaty would be reaumed or whether eome of the more urgent legislation would bs taken up. sends run Ry Aaesslstsd Preee to The Review Paris, Peb. 14.—Oreat Britain took tte tatttaB— ta Bending a Beet to Con- sfatlnopls, says a London dispatch to tt* PMtt Psrhden quoting Premier Mlllerand wko to aald to have added there re other allied warships ta the Golden Horn. , GIRL WANTED. POR TBLEPHONB ANO ORDER DEPARTMENT. . ALSO RETAIL OP' pica, aaar op waobs pqr oooo, RBtlARUt OIRLB. APPLY AT BO> PRflME DAIRY CO. OIRLS WANTED TO LEARN LIN- IMO. AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN A OOOO TRADE AMD PAY WHILE JARNINOi APP1.Y AT THE DEC ONATIMB DVT, BEBRINO POT- TBRYCO. OLD TINS 8PELUNO BEE AND SOX SOCIAL AT UNION OROVE SCHOOL HOUSS PRIDAY, PBS. XT, JNT7>NP. H. ,'.-.,. MRS. THOMAS KALEY Weataa Beloved by Wide Circle et Meads Is Called By Death Mra Thomas Kaley, a*-e 26. died on Tueeday morning at * o'clock, following an Illness of pneumonia and flu. Bhe la well known and beloved by many frienda and relatives In this community who will be grlev--d to learn of her death. Before ber marriage she wua Kmily Canren. daughter of Mr. and Mra Harry Carven. She Is survived by her husband aad three children, Donald, Rex and Willard, and one brother Joseph. Private funeral services wtll be held on Thuraday afternoon at the home, conducted by Rev. Caven. Interment will be made lp tte mausoleum ln tbe Berlin Canter cemetery. HICH PRICES AfaMSt far Fane Labor Prohibitive, ere complaining Utterly regarding the scarcity of tarm laborers and tbe high price ssked by such as are willing to work upon farms. The wagee demanded to 1111 bave more than doubled aad yet help cannot be secured. Sugar making 1* n**r at hand and maay who contemplate making maple eyrup atata that tt Is next to Impossible to secure help. They epo demanding shop wagee for work to I and the termer cannot profit even at tte hlgb price of ta paying the price asked by farm laborer* which Includes work ta the i OPENING TONIGHT _UpIABC_B IfEWBf-lT MElf-fl T'.BO to »-ao. A BIJCRY. ELL-MAC WEDNESDAY NISHT. THAYER'S MUSIC. He ANO 18c. POR RENT—STORE BOON AT 2*1 WEST MAIN STREET. FIRST. CLASS LOCATION POR MEAT MARKET. O. A. 224*. MP LABORERS WANTED AT ONCE ON BUILD.NO CONSTRUCTION, INNUIRB H. W. LIVINGSTON. ALLIANCE OAB * POWER. mm**
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-02-24|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||February 24, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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