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UfeP.sM fU CAN GET WORK in Mat +*jMcb yoiiijpM^ cttss^ned. ■ „■),■-r,-^:,--toa,'.) i Amis =SrcS"= THE WEATHER. rate toalfht aad Wed*M**-f. sTdewly risteg temperate***. Barometer xAM. tsmptratare to at IS S>ar^4|8sar. I FOURTEEN PAGES. ~7k$j*WM 0HIO,TT^SDAYs4TULY 1,491 TWOJCBNTS—DELIVERED 'W^-WO^ mm iPKi iUMI i M^ICQ ANGERS IS. tt|K,J<»liiv^robably^y TflpitjjfM|W jwiii in H^lll^NDLE BARS or Avoids Hitting IntcAutomobile. ^'6e A Bottle*' to> tba American army v* ^through to* World war In some th£*jtord*at xtehtli« to^ Frsmo*, be " ihaoner by the aerm-toi far two' _, aad tl»«n dQprh,jhoatt to meet motorcycle- acekrent .'which If It 1 prove, total, may wetttt to pet- dltobUlty. jaaa-th-i'lot of. Gll- i i-asshlli *4-JsaBaineis, - Mr.. John Is .™j a* to* ABMae* ORy Hoepitel fOf- fcJUerFxtotoiMUri** received abouts:18 o'dtock JUNtar aXtAtajioon when, as he ■KhtotoOwSsycl8 northward th?Jf« Atsau*. ,th* machine ^ffk^wtomobU* which turn JW avenue rJipEi'Wayn* , John, tt to wtatod. «*** at- .a»iilfj''*t<Birto8 « woman rllf to* atreet been dive* tarsi, 'MSjstetoes elided tho. handle- tpwixorayeto was driven- Into abdotnea; tearinlr-a wght- " The right le«.*aas fender- Thetajnred maa jeto iif» ■ Refuses to Permit American 00 Wen Drillers To Work en last! .■■:: .>• Ely Associated'Pi ess to Tfc* Review , , Waahtns-toa. D. C «Ts*y 1—The Messl loan" government hto oemmltteed aa Or-ert'act of confiscation to proven ting Aajertaan oil wall driller* to work oa tends owned by Am*rioan Individuals or companies by pending soldier* Into th*,field* sad driving away 4tee worh- men, Stat* -*Cwpartm*nt officials ssM today. Complaint* -aaa made to to* Mexican government oa April 8 of thl* fssx, tt a*a* learned. against to* rsfo*- al of th* government to. grant permits to th* oil osmpantas to drill. No ana- war w»sl received until after the Jaures ,to*KI»to 't was said, and th*n President Carranca anneunced no permits, provisional or other, would To* granted un- tfl th* companies had compiled with toe law. Compilaaee with tore tow, tt was said, lor stato department officials Would constitute recognition by' ttarl companies that the Mexican govera- m*nt owned th* Oil lands, a ' Th* order* to the military forces to prevent drilling by force of anna waa Issued by President Oarraasa last May 18, according to advloaa from City today. Crash at Dunkirk Rear-End Collision of Westerner" and Train No. 41 on ^.SJIrw"'York Central Railroad Snuffs Out lives— Death Toll May Reach Ten. ap»|topis«-'a SUStJ ; Xtog an$tajQgijr' -"was residtag 'at Ravenna United Stotoa entered ^the ' ahd he enlisted to Company m ,-—J-^Jisav%r1s|llllaj^ tonow-9. Ot Weybrecht of Alliance, weAione •ot-.th* fifteen yra seiect- I**-sfMsisvlsjawJirv-tVaMIsS *•«•* hrt*nti<y. HMt'iiiiMi I III I ii Regiment, which m&tt l*s* ■ **£. wa**amona „<*Kain- dr-fiato^'whteh tote among toe ^—*^,-lsyigiejnAWe»9**xtost tl* : aitesing tto =#fS-'s*BBUs*__I.__._^„ _ Fft «r«r bs*a held*. T**y tdi-£gbrvv Mr, Wp'fj4<iwe'*tvT^s)ttt rJftt to Itoat MU ylaa&at' avA aiiiSi -WtUraT •to* A short MEN RE-' Charles E. Hartley and Mra. Isabella Bartley Again Become Man and Wife. Mra TMfcsBo B*rtley and Charles B. Bartley both of Aniance were maw led tot-: tO O'clock Tuesday S**t**fiing JSlttoW wedding parlors of ths First Christian r churoh of Canton by Bar. P. A. Wsl- shejmer, pastor of tb* churoh. Thay WSJ Jwxto* In Alhanoa. TIB th*-»nar- rtat.pt th* two ther* Is considerable tffva romance. They war* unttad In ■sUsRiaga to 1888 aad to them was born A aon. But an estrangement followed ■md their paths began to dlverga sm- ttSbrtoM when a divorce was sought and obtained, but ''toe aon ens not tor* gotterjw< <**a***atal. lov* followed th* •mK>?tlw father became a soldier in """^"ssTfibJiiJOPiS^ '"'''JP'iJ1?111 *-■* •s»*n J8l/ts)S Mexican war and in, th* world mot. H* —rved hie country wen and es/jralty. Kever did b* forget his son aot the wlf* of former dan. - Mor did J*J»* Bertley forget her husband and the -son'born of wedlock In yasra agon* DOrlng all' of the twenty years of e*aw aratlon n*)ither the f*th**T, nor mother ar the aott bad remarrisd. neither had they forgotten each other. While not to the rStoS Mr. Bartley worked at Will Carpenter* trade and Mrs. Bartley waa not idle. Last week their sea. Deronda Bartley was married to Miss Martha Beheldler Mt JtoTIS? jJSl—. Welaheimer to ths pastors ot the First Christian churoh at nSnton. ATb* marriage pf to* aaa ' ^^' dt I8f-i ftwWsltot to ^^ ARevtew ^fstoade'f. Juni, 88 I.mora, ate being 11- TiM. totof-set At the atrhtn. tl-atnsndous litig js»nliiiil slnoa *ta*tv ■**pH*ll*to aat oonaldArtng '.aoar Hto> **tont and forming a ' -Araartoaa worxot, hat aliMidon- ;. •y»rtof^.«f»4 conditions !*traosiw«gWKon- )t*d that Am*Hcan*, had; upp weeks a* Kunto* afid ____£Wther Industrial eonoerns in aaiRt-tl alsbhhd passed ItHtiml tor-toad memories of 18*1 .when fhey, S^thsir son aad hto bride, stood before Ij^9ls-*jj*yia*l.biii.iiisei .A-.bri-to-***nd' rgroom.' ' 'They smiled at each other ap*lh and following th* marrlag* of ^toe son vtJ tha re-marriage of hla nfcthsr eaa ate8h*r to each other with |.*^jiispar lave no doubt than that at MM, which culminated this Morning in CAntOn. KS^KlJLl T0LE00 TS BUST CMS Council Ordsrs Str**t Car Lln** to .' Vaeato the Streata. By Asaaelatod Press to The Bsrrlew Toledo, O, Jolt tr-Am tha result of Qm Ttoeiit toorease to oat tore to six IfMa-wsyi tw» aftoto lor transfers, the Toledo foOlwa-f-A-A tight company' ta ilrtir-rad' by thierAtt-f council uncondl- tlonally ito vs^ite olty streets aad remove all requlpment used m operat- ln< street can. Thajirdinance, which -M^gdopted itnaoimoiisly last night, becomes effective to thirty days and means that, unless gome compromise 8»*M*salM*l, Toledo after that date wU b*> without cer *t*rvio*. Tflto rall-Ugh* has opetotod wlthoA a ffanchlsa stoca 1914, and the city be- t*to*4*es that, by the present order, the coipngay wfll have ao standing In in- *raB**toS&*#n*4)o*e<iiog* vend win ba By 8 sae elated Prass to Tb* 11*view Dunkirk, M. T„ July 1.—Bight prtr- sons war* known W b* dead and mor* than 48 war* injured to a rear-and ool- lhdoh between the second section to Train No. 41 and Train Nov V hnoaa a* "Th* Westerner", on the New Tork Central Railroad at 8:8*0 o'clock thl* morning at th* Third street sta- tlon her*. All tha totalities occurred ta tha first passenger oar of tha Mar brain feto Westerner, whsn it* *ngto* buckled back through a wooden *xpr**s oar. '. Bight bodies war* taken from - toa wroclisga and resouer* elMurtog the debris wer* working toward what th*y believed to be two additional bodtoa. Twenty persons, som* seriously injured, wer* taken to the Brooks Memorial hospital. As many more passengers were treat *d*by local and out of town doctors end brought here on relief trains. The dead ar*:— F. L. Clifford, Engineer of the Westerner, who lived la Buffalo. Frederick I*. Stots, hto fireman, of Lackawanna. Mrs. Frederick p. Carton, 80. To-' ronto Ont Unidentified man about 26 years old, wore soldiers uniform. Unidentified boy about 8 yeara old. Unidentified girl about 18 yasra old. Unidentified man about 86 year* old. Unidentified woman about 86 years Old. Among tba Injured ar*:— Charles M. Lydealey, Dayton, Ohio. > Dr. John Sweitxer. New Straltaville, Ohio, Dr. John Sweltser, New Straltsville, Ohio, his wife, Mra, Mary Sweitxer, and aon, Webb Sweltser. 8. J. W*bb, Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Oasltasr Is la a critical condition Th* others injured, while seriously, era expected to recover. Gertrude Carton to*, ninth victim died la the hospital tola morning. The authielBe* believe the body of .the man dressed ta soldtsr uniform Is Charles Schiller. Cards bearing this asms was found In hto clothing. Train number 41 left Buffalo at 18:01 (/clock. " "Th* Westerner", left a short tim* later. Railroad official* aay that No. 41 developed an overheated Journal ajfd was delayed hss*. A flagman wa* sent bank to protect the rear of number 41. tt to-elalmed, but the We«t*rn*r approaching at a spaed of 46 to SO miles an hoar, did not ohaqk tb* speed pero*atJbly-sto fc rnahad tote th* Dunkirk yards, eye ■ witnesses say. All toa coach** of No, 41 were -at steel uustoi IfaAhiMi ■ Th* rsar af **»• last coach waa badly smashed aa nutn- h*r Ts eaglaa knocked it. from /the track hut tt* hedy remained liiTaat. LThr^e^otoer *a*M»h**a»j**aAto*r 41 wsr* I also pushed from th* rails but remain- ad upright. BoOar Explode*, When the tender and engine of "Ths Wsstene-sr" buckled hack through, th* woodesj sm *se car aad crashed into a fsWl^fbrtot|4japMn Sunday '",toPis*|at4 j**«,*s»-tolt "Mtosjtot: tb* s«a*nirg >e*MruA* of toa'lack of JgO'mf AltmWt* o* tha .'atopromptn flirass have WMttw totorett^ttossfto tha fi4<fi TOmhr o-jfs^ye !ptato*-a*^ j»^si*y<toe.fja Wta^Si¥r^tAarmoaati4ia. tod Pr—|ito Tb* R*vt*#»^ , jtKr, IWmHlij. *toa*4 JMssi sMisi-ottohoat the aigtoetifofoed'-to negotJate for a" franchise aa ■^■wsTti'i ^mS^TmTiii^ja^gg^ agtjjrtaotory ta the city. BBLSHEVttU DEFEATED steel day coach, the first passsngsa atm of th* .train, tha boiler exploded, fatal ly scalding Bnglneer Clifford and Flr*» tnan Stato, _ _ " The stejel day coach of *Th* Wester. ner" wss reduced to wreckage. I Th* a-Aft car. a sleeper, wss partly wrecked aad many of tha Injured were token from it. Traffto west of Buffalo on the New Tork Central line* waa completely tied up, trains'operated over tb* Nick*] Plat* railroad. By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C July Ir—Aa ua- IdentlfHil tramp, killed ta th*. N*w Tork Central rallrsad wreck at Dunkirk this morning, waa according to reports to the railway administration, probably tha cans* of th* tragedy. The mechanism controlling th* flow of air from th* locomotive to to* brakes on the'train, wa* found shut off at (ha place where toa tramp was riding. > Torek** Separate Wraeksgs. The official report says that whan th* locomotive n/ Train No. T exploded after telescoping ths steel pullmans It drove the wreckage tat* Such a tangled mas* that P. C. Crowley, general man agar of the New Tork Central who wa* to Dunkirk had to order acetelyn flame torches to separata tba wreckage. *• Uw official report to the railroad administration puts th* known dead at nine; tha mortally Injured at thr**; th* seriously hart at 17 and does not ftora tlto number of lesser wounded, although it Is said to be large. The Investigation haa developed that on leaving th* Buffalo yards to* engineer ef Train No. 7 tcstedShis brake* three times Sad found thettr working, but had no further occasion to us* them until running into Dunkirk station when he enoountered a caution signal registering No. 41 standing ' in Dunkirk. Whsn he applied tha air. it acted oa to* locomotive and t*nd*r only and was ont communicated to th* ear* following. Th* train crew statee that, the engineer whistled for hand brakes, bat befor* thay could b* us*d No. 7 crashed, into toe standing No. 41. As th* wreckage was cleared the crushed body of th* tramp was found pa ■ tba "hand aad" tb* narrow space batsmen to* tender and tt* first car of tha train. Tha angle cock controlling th* flow of air through tha brake pipes waa doesd. It probably will never he developed whether toe man unwillingly did It with hi* foot a* hs used the cock a* a step to lift himself up onto to* car, or whether tt was dons intentionally, p. '. j..^'?- - By Assaatated Press ta Tb* Review . NSW York. N. T, July 1^-Th* nam** SUf^ftf^-Srwo 'dSters' .SfflS Fans and nertwo dangntera, sgea io and 8 years, war* added to th* list of identified dead ta tod Dunkirk wreck, ta a statement given nut here today by the N*w York Central railroad company. Th* bodtoa of three men have not y»t b**n identified. CHILD IS MLB IS SWING BREAKS AND STRIKES HER \ Thelma R. Nile, Two, Meets Death While Enjoying a Ride. WOMAN WITH HER BREAKS HER ARM W FLEET TO MEET WILSON FAR OUT AT SEA 4iaaBBBrJBrj-Ma>aafssaaaBB> ^ ^ Secretariea Daniels and Baker Will Go to Meet President MAY SUBMHTREATY TO SENATE TUESDAY Pole Supporting Swing Breaks and Hits Riders Hard Blow. What proved to be a fatal accident occurred at to* horn* of Mr, aad Mrs. Homer Nile, No. 11(1 North Walnut street, shortly after flv* o'clock MuTf day evening. Tb* victim waa litfl* Thelma Ruth Nile daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Nils, of North Walnut avenue, and their only child. She was a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nil* and Waa two years and on* month old, aba had bean token to her grandparents' but a short tim* before the accident by some neighbor children and with them was riding ta a swing, supported by wire* which w*r* suspended from a pel* spanning th* space between the top of the garage and th* top of another building, when th* pole broke and tell. t A part of th* broken pole, which was about flv* inch** in diameter struck little Thelma on th* head and rendered her unconscious, and era* la/ limp aa though dead, whsn picked up by members of ths horns. A conveyance rushed ths little one ta th* Alllanc* city hospital where surgical attention was at once glVen. Her skull had been fractured and It wss decided to perform the operation ot trephining the skull to Its normal condition Tuesday morning. Tuesday morning, th* little one unconscious of her Injury, was placed upon the operating table, hat Sled at 8:08 o'clock before an operation waa begun. Ths swing had been supported by to* broken pole for about three yeara and wag thought to be safe aad bad been tbe play place of th* children almost constantly during the mild weather, la th* awing at th* tim* of to* accident, was Mrs. Slmm Blery, ap aunt of thatJ Ill-fated child who also sustamed lrr»a Jury, she having her right arm fractured by th* toll of th* broken pole a portion of which struck hsr upon th* To Clear His Desk, Then Begin Speeches For the League By Associated Pras* to Tb* Review, Vashldgton. D. C. July 1.—-Tentative plans for the welcoming of President Wll*on at New York when he -UTivas on th* Oeorge Washington probably Monday, provide for part ot tha Atlantic fleet to meet his ship at sea and, escort her Into port. Ths welcoming committee will be aboard the Pennsylvania, Admiral Wilson's flagship. Secretaries Daniels and Baker ar* expected te be among officials who will go from Washington to greet the Pras- ldeHt ft was said at th* Whit* Hous* today that toaJ*resident would remain to New YorklfssTO a short tlme-and Oat his addres**T*Tresponse to th* welcoming committee would be very brief aad would not embrace a discussion of th* peace treaty and tha League of Nations. Th* President has not Indicated whsn he will submit th* peace treaty to to* Senate, but officials here expect him to do a* either next Tuesday or Wednesday. After he has cleared his desk of sto> portant business awaiting hie attention he win start on his tour over the country speaking ta support of the treaty and the League covenant, ATLANTIC Gin SALOONS DEFY PROHIBITION HOTELS 0BEY1N6 THE 1 Saloons in Wot Territory Are Permitted to Sell Beer Containing 2% Per Cent Alcohol, Pending Final Decision in Courts—Some Breweries Continue to Operate in St Loiiis—War-Time Prohibition Law Went Into Effect Today Throughout the Nation. By Associated Press to Th* X*vt*w a. C, Jaly L-T-Mt ale of hevrase* eoa- .than one-half ef oa* of atoshsi wto bh hreaght fwtoilisUly bytt* Peaartaumt *f ' aa ****is-u*53ir-'*hs*» percent Ira-aeala Jasttes .„,...... saeh easta SN ast ae» yeading. "W* propose to stake Immediate arrests of ******* who violate ths wto-ttm* aroalb!U*a few* -seeord- tog to oar tatarpretatlea thef-eof," Attarasy General Palmar said today. "Th* Depart meat dee* aot la> toad, how*v*r, to to ewvpt off Its feet tto first -toy that nfohlbltlon comes tat* effect. W* wai proceed - la aa errtoxto feshlaa **F " whether tatoxh-attag beversge serlbat by toe tow tasks 4ft haviag less toaa ■ fM pereeat m- eoh*L* The Keaas JadMsry tttolMM probably wBr meet ant jmoaday *• lepsrt e*a* a straight HB fee eaforeeateat at wer-tha* prshlkl- tiea s* as It stop the omjtt tor* I pre- thos* miv. *Sft" «ia«a»s^*v ^,.4i"*>t*ss to The R*vi»w .sitting ta.'oB ohtaau'aWam^'mW I triumphantly3|rtfs M* Litxiu ea iom W^sad if*. -_^_J*atrol of ithe Is^tos-sytot-t*. niht^mn whtoh he into^Meaaatohfii ed^S Hmwm^ffi|ni4«>iw mmpakjopa aiird*to rlnaxoVMa ■pi' mImw ot. OT» fjf p-#toNr_% glvao Jn a *■* **. Hettmit: Hoovar hail' |P|¥lp||llllln edit jKtotoiy IWoa JMwStan, MM _ wtORJl htaMtW"«*P! a ato llancs ■PI to affil ******* i ews*iP|isiiwiiiiiiei ijijiiig to 2&J -Ftori W*t to Wosesto" ssj<A*a»»ouiariWssM*jto TOrkKeview ^mdon, Englf«id>. -, J-oiy l.—Antt- xfelfdwvik torctfs,-' .era advancing «4*»lnfrt.Knrslt, »o miles south of mtatoir. OM Vonmesh, hoping to And fw to Moscow, 'iweordtog to a Hue- -|ir**--ireleas message ssjeflng the ot- Sit a s«*fi that -the tmmStikt aay, aaM:n*ajkato stmt, mmaasm. wo tar^tas ftohtldfs| 0)am\. ma' hjuro also pw-^ClrAtaTlimsl-^yXsa mllae sonth- iajfrri&MATiOAl 0vU*^0m> ' iCONtiBRJ&MJjtfj ;1» THEIH M8TS. aMt^mamtm-rttmAA »♦_«f>*e-flr ■ ' k armmmbmVmm, To, Cn nmtf mf^VhOtt ■fmmm*-it)t'o taoata Isst alght natfl ma Mt'ii ileJ. Wfft*tof bwsb aP"**MJ£ ti-^dswed oajpoaitlen ta ths Jfls»a*M*M IMmaomt-weBsto ;safeifftos*to.«|( wa tomf hOf aad ehfantdtoae ftreaa ~ipr^~~ to^sftttiaf *< ottes -aer*a*sM 4*sSeonjxr*aJg safsln wa*» todtto (to. % aH» nil ljjfaeesjUtoTsil liiitllue ovrt'waalnlng approprto bf ths tsshyto *4rhfti^^ f*jjea7>**a eaT4etoiaU'ltiialssi*s. ont, e-oAJBtmont of -ahtoh had. MinK amad tote yestarday, fh* afSfll *•- r-fe-ttoUoiiB nrtoto tol t^^ps " to get throufik. "Thto ttt igftotloae of *m«.000.0*« end torn tm»mi.Maam*ammvallar' ■■ajip^saMOa tiwmsan of pr mvmw*m$M - ■ - m-'aamosa/ iC ■ saasasBaaaaaaaaf OlWfNM CHICAGO HAISF^ SALARIES Clerks, PoUeemea aad Firemen Get la. creases Bat Fat A* Kach-as Asksd. By AsgoeiaUd Pras* to Th* R*view chicako. hl, July L—Troubiee rathe etty With Its employes over wages s**m ad aota*what nearer solution today a* th* result «jf -the coundl** action Jn raising th* wage* of all claasss of elty workers. In no tastanos were tt* various foroaa given what they demanded hut th* agreement to pay th* union ■sale of wage* to all organised skilled and unskilled labor was received with spprovel. Th* (00 city hall darks wh* want on strike ' y*st*rday returned to their desk* today, having been granted aa Increase of wages to 11,600 A ***SttV*i 'Th* firemen and policemen war* granted an Increase Sayan fi60Q a year to 11100. _,___ wmjm point Ceart Sastatae Bemarres T* Indict- ment Brought by U.S. Attorneys. By Associated Free* to The Review Baltlmor*, Md, July l.—^udge John C Bobs, to th* United State* District Court bar* today sustained the demur- tar to th* indictment agslnst ths Stand erd Br*w*ry incorporated, »>f' Batti- more, which charged th* ooncera with manufacturing a jsereal beverage, *on< talnlng "at least on* half of one par SA of a-Mtobal''. jV3 Th* oovto ruled that tha manufac- rr* of bear having tto al^-*-^li atto1 teat of 1 s_4 per cent could be done •tojy at tltotltok of t*M btwwer pending final decl*Jon***4y to* higher oourto eocuLidT MmVtaaAja^.aAvamls IQERMANV MUST PAY PRICE. Mr.Associated Press to The Review Beme, -.- Q*Antf erlead, v-, Jpnf Jpm (syotim'#Wixs*aMK S*t-rtto)t---Tl»oee ^HnWrrmi who are protesting m l|4l*a*s*JpiSj4lllir tba.IfsJlMB ;of jVto Peace ternw ^atto aot rspresenUng wte-lsto rssl sentiment af fhe.Oar- haaa people will coma/to hs srhea tt haowa ths wlftto troth, the [Maalca flK,# oajojilty- **oetollat ;ae*s**ApeT, gftttovto.Alt'. *ditorlBl, ta'JI -rrseeat hrsm^ QisTfiasni'e owa *Mto'«-a7**a> sponSfhl* for th* lopto of ftonrttory *ft<rfp>d tsW-tor ths *rwaes.to-t*mjths Beassjesii tobsltojrfa>lis|^ statesmen kaow this arJSWmmnZ*''': 'JSn'm, aMlimp T>rf rm Ftighii fwJBbtB^iay^ Zam+Wmaai mtman to ay «-»»• *mtfLf'~"*li~S1-" ^•WTT-* Wsdaasdsy, rrjfiA Wtotkerrsa-s-tdttioita b4*a to-H mattainisliri.Tiir ls^ h»«l'''|i>^'sr wht. *~ -""■""' tnttPs nntmo awnae oa. Ltctout oftiNKt ram the ath a#.mt»}vJ-^w«fWaMM;.^na> i^||ftfu' ^.o^ liAa|gf»| WEDJIHIT AT LARGE Tskss Cord at Sweden. TJ. a State De- - part-neat Aaaoanees. Rr Assoeiatad Press to Tb* Revi*w Washington, IX C, July 1.—Acting Secretary of Stato Phillips announosd today ttat sm armed German U-boat destroyer, the TJ 8-11, flying a commercial flag, obtained fuel at "the Port of. Molle, ta Southern Sweden, last TuQS day, and then left for Qottenberg Where tea commander said six men wsr* allowed to land and remain at a hotel on a promise to report dally to ths police. The Swedish foreign officers Investigating. ' w . The commander of tha submarine to Captain Helmuth Voa Ruokteschell. According to too Swedish newspapers, be stated at Molle that he bad served tor tor** years oa a German subma- rlne and that he fled from Ktrd Jun* M lieosnss be expected his name would bo on th* list of officers to be delivered to the Allies for trthl. Sj jL-fr * The Swedish newspapers aay the Swedish government is negotiating to purchase the vessel far ua* as a rata* EXHTOISlM Expresses Fe PabOe Opinloa ef The Btfahsf of The Treaty. Amerongen. Holland, Saturday,'iua* tl; s^fOalsiiea)'*1 aaa} of am signing of tte I tool j of pease at V*rsaiii*a who' taken to Amerongen. castle tonight by tb* correspondent ef The Associated Press.. The eittotoas* of the for-mer German emperor appeared to regard; tb* evea cslmly beoaua* they had bton oon*rtaoe*Mhat ta* oaremony was- in**r. ltabla. the tenner emperor htautf having received a dispatch earner la tha 'day rraytag-that tke Gennap dalegatta had arrived St Versailles and would elm lln tout |i gjrtlT"" "r Lit waa ItoMKs to learn from to to the caatovand near the tarnt- smpeter hssppe had r*orshr*to^iM SAN ON TmX.nOMAUa ugl^ 4kiMovao av wiiLNOADa. ayAsrMetotad Presa'te Th* Bevjew. Ot. Xr-aia, Ma, itOy 1.—Members Tf Tflir "Tilfrif Tiiilieaa.Tiliiiiiiiiiii ttu-ooghcto the titiiiiiliitotoie notlasa} to,-TCsttme haadllag bttEnssB of the. Wtattefn unioa ehrt rgstof Tniiiiiijili -anrnpsstof*. The ordar wt4 iee-ied by X. J, Jlaaloa. president of the Order at Sp«4 - Telegtophera, ^uesillng H"lHHa:*toiam-M«ta} hasiness which JttiX be held Thuru- Ao*etock at tte real- hours ot-t to 4 aad t to • p. m. BOYS RIDE 80 MILES TO firTJiptffiunEHS Determined to procure some firework* for th* proper celebration of tha Fourth of July "Jack" Cooey aad "Bud** Webb, lads aged about lair**** j-aers, laat Saturday mad* a fate on that bicycles covering perhap* SfTor to mile*. Tba boy* left home Saturday morning aad "ped- (dsd** to Llmavule. then to Suffleld. It waa then decided to continue toe trip to -Akron bat when th* city was neared young Webb decided not to continue the j Journey but to r*turn home. Cooey rode Mnto the city and to the star* In which his father A. J. Cooey haa aa interest, and from there telephoned to hie parents. The fact that Webb had started home alone caused som* alarm ta ths Webb family and Mrs. Webb aad Mr. and Mr*. QsoOy started ta th* letter's auto, meeting "Bud" tit a point beyond Marlboro. The lad waa rather tired but ptssjqr of pluck and would SHMKRJK mfMED They Are Told They Sen Boose at Their Owa Bisk. By Associated Press ta The R*vt*w New Tork, N. T„ July 1.—Saloon- -jeper* and hotel men who cell ATS beer and light wines do a* at th*ir own risk, they were warned'today by Assistant TJ, 8- Attorney Benjamin A. Matthews In charge'aC federal criminal case* ' • n Investigators war* said to' be obtain- tag ^emmple* of beer and taking tt to U. & Attctney inrancto q^Caftey*a^*d- ftuo wofim it ts analysed and If found to irrmtoln mar* than J.76 percent of alcohol, a warrant I* issued at one*. (Seles of whiskey, wines or splrttous or vtaeous liquors ot aay kind containing mora than th* prescribed alcohoUo content would b* followed, Mr. Mat- thaw* said, by th* immediate Issuance of warrant* and the arrests of th* offender*. ,*; wmm burns And It Made Fir* Prooflag Materials at That. By Associated Preaa to Tbe Review Canton, O., July 1.—The plsat of the Malvern Fire Proofing company • at Malvern near here, was oompletly destroyed by fire tlrto morning. Tha loss will amount to approximately $10,- 000, according to H. C. Rosa, Secretary Treasury of tbe company. The fire originated from an oil torch which waa carried by one ot the employes, according to Rosa. The company employed about 109 men who ar* out ot employment. ■ ; ed to defer eoasieeranon ec au arv hlblOon toglilatato anttt aerrt week. iatoas* tosdars said that If to* hBI was rapertoi by th* committee Monday .sr Teesday It weald h* passed without extended debate aad aatotoeasetaato'AS eiia7toi/toid ¥*+ par-esat beer weald h* *a the market less toaa tor* wcehsy. »•-. fjy Assootat*d Preas to The Ravtew AttaaUc City. N. J.. July 1.—Practically every saloon la this rrsaott Is opaa today aad dlspaaslng liquid rt> freehments of all kinds. Whiskey, brandy, gto. sad other sort at liquor called for te served to patrons. The exceptions ars1 the beach front hotels, all ot which etoasd their bar-rooms, with ons asoeaoon. ■>g*u>raa *•**• haasss e|ihip gg*4 [or AJ..i>As| Oma^'-am ^^^ WsuTaUlis-tors, Bl C Jstf v 1--2** wlmle notion awoke today ^"Jf^; .i„- «r nmhlhltlon. Tb* banishment have reached home by sunset Toung Coosy remained in Akron. overnight making the return trip Sunday. TILLS rlOW TO CLEAR 8AUARE. By Associated Frees to The'Revlew Yonnj-stowa, O., July L—Councii- msa Jerry" Sullivan who won torn* by sscurfhg th* passsga of aa ordinance to tower car steps for tight skirts. Introduced a motion at counck last night' to clear the publlo square for trsfflo by placing oae monument in froat Ot tbs tt. sV R. haU and the other In a residence district and by placfhg oa* of Xh. frtreet car wait- tag stations on a bridge aad "throw- rag tte other ta th*e Mahaning river." The ntatloa "was <j*s*ri*-l. COTTOF CROP FOJUCAMT. By Associated Press to The Review -■ Waahlngtont ©. -G, Jolt ■ "at-tCotton lea thl* year' was .fata pel to- at 10,986,000 equivalent tWpopnd by th«j. Oepartment of Agrlcui- baatag ito estimate on .tha June ndltion of* the growing crop, whtoh **M> perormt of a normal, —*s-aaT. area of **Ji,»te,wo sera* under tOc-a, on tluu deto. z:$h3&'Zl*&t$; «^>1i;£*i>PROPRIATI0N>ILL. letotod Pr**toJp'.T**ft 5B|v* By Assosial Twr^^ ||fV*s\ftw' tha: jsjssaMir**»fi War1 ISK^SI^C'mtetoiMe report on jpS atnfiOQflOO Sundry civil eppro- priaUon bfll *rtthe«Vs°VP«*l1tlon. Ths report Is yet to TK .M^*J-ad tr/ the Senate. BOY FRtaTiJriaa Joe Cooey, eon Q| *fe QfteW^of a -fexttttato aQW. J-*Utatf to^»nnecUoa t»ng*J**to '*rOtn H *i<»*"ao eiSUpn-wlda atyUto- at .tbhftaeeived when M crar-s-aetotoi Tsl*wasb*rs Union. e»hPon which h*-- imilrsM^y s^-^^saMsssM-anftSM. NOTICE F. A A. tL - ^S TrTBRE' rWIU^'-W^'MO aTATBO WMMONICATIjON OF- OOMRAD LODOfi Ms, mlTOtt TlUthOAY «v*«^it*«»jV nHMtat' aitMHiO w. w. m«#TteJgtt M. jfjiS FOR a tMNNI VJ0E CJ rtWH ran cm aaasmaaM. mam mmmm ■ tap T*npo**ecr. Wh ■ 'i 4ji*Fi-' > O'toes' '.tHtZ'. -—,,_, , sWTKiay.'is laiavtawap.^40,LpiO^aam^gm'^^''^ 4MJIRB OHARLSa TaRRY, 13» KAST mpmn^Lnam^ A^^^majMak amo. ''LmWmVaMi nkkOXrMukwm mm® M BOTH FHC 'flisf-ey*A G AMDaieY. tok E*ra%- 'MNL aaa..a. ^jaaiaot, u aollar hone f itreto a hteycle „^ |Wk''*a1th a oom- (PpB|i-(__ fs>TOurjil4t«a n^tMiaaNOER FORtv :f4»oattaM n*. any. a*. aiNB Ngv 4Nia REWAlltt IF ttffe. Tuwcn TO-tue berqkrt-noble OROO efrORE. ta^K^Bk! FIVE MEN KIUED of rod- .. mfFaHastO*. OOMOSraateaammiaai^ rjoAHtAO LODtMt wa sm Tttia TUaaOAV avENiNfa, atvt fb araNao w. at, aattrr, aim. Ls^i mJn\^OI^§^Hmsa'_saaan. Rwlgr'vlws'taw ttFFiajL... AFV By Aaeoctated Press to Th* Rsvtaw Baltlmor*. MA Jaly 1*—Flv* ssen wese killed aad a aerator et par- seas talared by fas septal** ef a v navy dirigible saOeea tsday at Cams HotoMrd, aa arrray part ta to* Boatoeastsra eatsklrts *f this etty. Ths balloon had at Camp Holablrd heeaai der trouble and was s*rrosn*ed by ' a larg*.crowd af peopi* whoa to* explosion ut*sri*A Hogs SeU at $21.^ By Atoooiated Press to Ths ItoStow Chidsgo, 111.. .Jar >»7^Io*yntadey commanded tte highest psto* *v*r know,' Ill.Tt a hundred weight. The previous, topmost July record waa laat year, »lk*A ^4Ri-toy** strength ta tte bog auu*h*t was aacribed chiefly to to* pert demand for packing hous* pro- duchM^^5rf*^E ^jFv^f' '*'*' Befor* ttk,T7nlt*d State* entered the s?"*"Kt'war fleal wto .theiScme tor bog* to July. ^JtjfalMe''' ■' •j-LBECBAlainUb. BTJBFS CLOTHIBO. toaoldler speat th* tneagre mw its saiAjrac-sived whan1 ma- charged from lie anny land invested it to eLfclUeav muttarpibtketwlKtosa worn toe nsat' salt but twto* ahto a email hey threw a Bf-earooker which exploded oa Stawlng the young man. sard rained tha r-aar clothes. This In a elty wtcrsr* f*s*-**--*j**ltoaia^ ' •• SBtSM BAMOAXr UTBBATTjaa Montreal, «*WiSo, July 1^-ttoTsidf bolshavlst and~:*ipclAliat litaratura -4**r* seised St. *-*e»Toa the ftrsMSl ■* Strm cC'the City^oopducted early tansy 3t>y 180 patrolmen iind/u* to*, direction M-aQopt Pottoa Be'i ng|>r^; . ITALTBB5P8 OBF50BSHIP By Atooclated Press to The Review Rome, Italy, June 1.—An'official der»i rtooitehea toe censorship fr*paf midnight, ^^V i-m^*lmmWim*fK ^'ajrTiMa-^'^ OP THE AttitARCE CHAMBER XrF OOMMERC4t^AT THEIR ROlll TiiEBOAV. ayawida,, tno p. ft i*irmmv]aamaa''a requebteo to .wnTTfjaM' as NauBiNEaa of! MO. TjftV. Hi. RAMaEY, bale -%Kf. aafroBH i«« ■$pvaM&- cA*itw*»ELL>iwt?SB tlon el prohibition. Tie baatehmeni of tt* *"*y* op*n*r" at the bar, long ago forgotton in many parts of oounfary, waa all embracing. -i, those who hav* toon provident enough to "stock up", to ssjvano*, tor toa long drought or who oonM ffcd aotoos in t t-4 per cent bretr Sa1lfal*l« to carry sot the time heaetad custom ot starting tho day with aa esriy srtorning ''bracer**. r?»V* H^o War time prohibition, banning for tt* tiara Sll dtetdllsd Uquors aaal leaving ta a cloud of douto tte future of Her. wa* effective et mldnlgfat,. jBxemp- tlon of beer from the ttat *f forbidden beverages cam* to a result of an eleventh hour announceraeitt. by the De- partment of Justus* thtsi pending dlreo- Uonr/ta pr»mntl»tlgS*aon to ejstermln* whether a brew -containing 1 t-4 -sa** cent alcohol la intoxicating, no action would be taken toward stopping tha sail of bear containing no more than that amount of alcohol. Thus, pending court dfitrdonh or action by oongres* defining intoxicating beverages, scfl* af th* lighter drink* ta •tat** ta whtoh th*rs ass no regulatory law* win be permitted until January 1*> when constitutional prohlblt- tlon becomes etfecttvei] 4 Other thaa this the only ray af comfort left tte lU-prohlblUordatS Is tto* coming ot time when President Wilson WAI fr-lands af hard IVjuor on th* Srst day of1'war-time prohibition. Cats*, restaurants, h stale aad Hquor stares in many instance* virtually depleted their stock* of "heavy Uquors*'. when toe law went into effect st mld- tofthrt.ae»)fl«d thetr customer* that nntll further notice the tOSUgsi varistla* of beer*, wine* and liquor* would not b* aoM. Heavy buying af bottled goods for private consumption ta tha dry day* ta own* marked th* passing of "hard liquor**.^ v ',. Throughout the city tha tost few hours of the ' unrestricted sale of all beverages were ushered out Without much hilarity but Witt considerable drinking; *• if to see how much could be cbnaumed before tte dry perto* set Jnelde the popular hotels and r*>- r-touranto the celebrators bought tost aad lavtobly and watched th* clacks. District Attorney Bw*a*A'''te a stats- men said hs was la aa way connected wtth th* new situation. Internal revenue ee41ector William H. jBdwards announced ttat his office was not ooa- cerned wtth .the direct enforcement of prohibition aad that ha bad received no" Instruction* to **ek evidenoe at Vtoto'i flan* ot th* law. Th* question of selling light wto**)', as .wen aa "war beer" has been In if** the lpdgment ot to* hotel man an* reataarantoure hf th*lr lAWyera. Some restaurant keeper* and hotel niaa^rggj; peat to sell light wine* wtth meal* until tt* policy oi tha iimwiisMiiI tf» ward' such drinking has been clearly defined. By Associated Puss to The JtevtoQiAtfaifl Chicago, m, July 1.-—Alderman Michael Kenna CHtaky Dink) ctesed hto fkmous wotaxtag man's exchange' half an hoar before midnight test night b*» cause his supply of tear became exhausted. Th* place opened today atar IS0" drink •mporium»>^^^|i3^B- ^Ouringjtta existence ef nearly a qi tor of a century, the exchange sold i-mximat*ty 178^00 barrets st 1 Alderman Kenna said. Any **wor*king man**- without toad* Could get a drink there tree between S aad • o'clock to the morning. ,uar> mnm-mJOi Ot !»*••!. ar of ths army would dectaraaesnobuiaation complete, ■WSstog|ii suspend operations ed tha until January IA Wben tha attitude of depej-tjrjaat et JUsUoe ofSclals toward hear baea-a* known leat night, aom* of tte prohibition advocates ta- Mngres* -«-ere to favor Of' abandoning to* plan to adjourn until Jury f ta order that th* act to daftae whto baverana *xa Bar toxioatlng and providing tor tha *n- forcement of th* war-time dry law, might ba rushed through. Huwier, leedsre lefussi to accept the proposal' and she question at lta earilsst cannot be oonridered natfl next week jBvaa then a stiff fight Is promised as ea effort will ba made to permit th* president to rr-A arito the war-tfeoe eat la- ■atar aa tt relate* to light win** aad «t*ywi*thy01eeee» for Wa**|f.-a^fto^ Celebration of th* imSstoaf of toa saloon ta many eitfesallFswsh'Wt the country lasted until early thl* aterstafA although actual sale* of liquor stopped at inldnlght ^1^!.^ Ss By Asseatate* Preto to The Bevtoer "•• miaotai Ma, atnly jU-*-Thlr*taen laoai btowsxtos today oonttaued tte manufacture off .hear containing tWfrA 9*4* cent alcohol, and tha majority of ea- k^usual. but soto only FORE 5 P.M. . FO« wjAUr-fOvaRUMeO; TOttR- iwfc*>*». ar&ti+m+amtfm; Tfie.tTwb largest brevwrtea Iter* will not r-esum* manntanture of beer un-] leesvtt le deslded thay may legally da wMjs^raa-toty; .JSLW^Z^S^ wljsaslgWHlr*B!" ayi* % ^am*ajS\ ' Tat*, K. JRIto L-Op*n hsr* tmaataW-'oWk Ba H ■ By Associated Pros* to Tk* Barrjew , Columbus. a» July l-—Th* MP nounoement of United 81*tto Attorney General Palmar that for the time being hs will aot prosecute for tha manufacture aad sale of Uquors wtta sa alcoholic content of t% per cent wtB have little effect oa Ohio Wcaus* breweries of the state have sot mad* haer since December 1 snd, tt cannot aa shipped to from other states because Ohio Is considered dry tofrttotF by ths government, even -though lta dry law enforcement machinery had not been pta tooted, according to prohibition IsMb^ The campaign committee ed thi Ohio Dry Federation hss directed its manager. James A^-Whtt*i^to notify all county dry organise tl ons to got ready tor another light to th* finish , oa wet aad dry Issues 'next fall. - "W* will not.e*4ly*hold ths fortJJl- catlons we now hav©;,but will wto oh' this new attack of fha wete with tremendously tacrestoa majorities.*' said Manager'White. . He says that federal did -fftttot hlg help to riding 'Ohio of.vtototlons of dry tews which fiava taken plane to Ohio fstass tlshdsa*W'sr9came dty May 17. -'.s^^M^tW: KUSBAXP ACCPWd wtsja •F BTBAjtWO BIJ MOHBT By Associated Pr>to .te The Review . Columbus, o. Jaw i.—-n tt htottto;] Ik Near Tork for a wtth to steal tag-to' • her husband. Mark Rogalski, now • Ml Cleveland,, will be'returned from that] dty to Chautauqua counQr, BWilwfto On, a charge of her husbaarl -ttat ska stole dWO of his taooey. : The queation ta; before Governor C69B5 to A roquiMUont^xto* fors(i* hrtirn «9 tha woman heard at the eemcutlv* of- Baa' to**x**r In Ohio the Supreme tcourt boa held, that a wife cannot be s-mOty of jFrtorriF.fteBB her husband, •toieatl. gatloh by authoritlea in New Sork Ipdl- oato that the courts of that gtote Stro aat determined th* question. Attorney* toe Mrs UogsMkl contend tort Jth*,**. .mmto another, stotos.»lto tot-ler'hto- ceny statutes, have held to^St4s«toty I with- the Ohio ruling, tort their client |committed mp'Jaaa)..~sn7**aW- fw. atate ThU ledel aciateatloa to now ad-.' firth* ^gP^^^ffj^^^^ kbwabb t»a% aalk^mmL^. Wellevute, O.. Jute X^^rwwaSd ;-od viotton of those i tradi*s|tjWT»te'^BlJa^ tempted dWtr-uq»g^jSt|arf^Wtj plant of tta^saiilb-Sgto'Siiry - May to W*U*vfil* Shrty Sundwr,'i log; was oBtto-d v By ,tt> ■ jbahsf. ^ county orxamiesioners Mr' -SjMM JH Itaroay/rwicoroing to word raiw-f^Jietoa Isst •ventoftovSyK^' a-ea^- ^MSfS_„ it M-ty, sMilsWssray from the teed store Jn I|4re^bi*d<)»faU<r^-to^^ Monday »* mr.4uBa •***• .w»Matl«to tte tor stosdiig M witf «^W**otlne's Btjpre waj^ssart-s^shMaNwiBasw T*stto this ws»is^the*fe altt'■»■:•*» ^yro- aerArtts^liir^'aUiennrto •**^^^^b^1"^r. ^y i," knowhi _____ terTtvfft THERE Wlltt sfAMsi. JM^WsCisflAIIB uoo<s<iy» ;i<R7iMia .FOR SALE OR TRADE—MY all ARE EOF AM E!»TATEiH:t»ENNfYL^#imA |?1 MILES EABT Of PITt8BURttH. FA., CONSI3T1NQ OF avpjSttopy Hto Txtta. :^a Wrjm wcSm'-. :|_OOQH, AMERICAN RY. EX. CO. ^MrWH/^ J^mm^mfmW^M |A^ tUEaOAY ANO WaONESDAY. *»*#lwMH>. **OKBaA4j^_*-jS^ Ff^ihuniit HAVE A CaitLOAO loF^RfT^aCAaa hkbh cobbler MCALY^tTonrATOEa as afja per BOSHlUy^ M*ddT Jta^SWiP *t Of*KE.t>N COLD HiMfnMKi' CORNER LlMrOEM A^>RCwFfe6T. jggL*jjFL. a^^daay^te ^¥^nVomamM?W$L 0»plfUmPATi_fe,OF> ■^Bara^^WtWiETjjiEET:^ W'«HUuaa>i? MaaSwowSt A^L^Aie^^fflijwiiAy aaa** THURAO-itY avEMlNO OMTIL »J<M ■sWafeia LfigSt^gj^«_g
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-07-01|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||July 1, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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