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mmsm ' \-tf-^lHS *f r* VWe a taik for the classified, get H under way now. If YOU ware a merchant you would advertise. Patronise merchants who do. fc. THE ALLIANCE BEVIEW N AND LEADER THE WEATHER. toBlrM aad Satarday, except Ijaka Bile Satarday tonight Barometer 7S al IP a. mi aa- VOL. XXXI, KO. 3oo. EIGHTEEN PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO, FRIDAY,JULY 25, 1919. TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. rfs p nit Toi HID IDE President Tells Senate Reason for Keeping Troops There. ALSO TO PROVIDE FOOD FOR SLAVS V. S. Railroad Forces Must Be Protected Senate Is Told. Aerial Mail Pilots Strike; Want Two Men Reinstated Protest Discharge of Aerial Carriers Who Refuse to Take Planes Out in a Fog—Say Machines Are Poorly Equipped for Flying. I I" I **r Br Aaaoelated Preee to Tbe Review ^Washington, D. C. Jaly SB—President WUson today advised tbe Senate that the American military expedition tn Siberia wee. there pri- BtarUy to protect and maintain op- asattaa of the Siberian railroad and Indleated that the expedition weald raaiala as long as such prptectloa araa' necessary. . Another purpose of thp expedition aa outlined br the President was to «ve_ relief to the Russian people In berta, by supplying food, clothing SM -other supplies. Hr. WUson said taSPS-was ao Intention ef Interfering Wtth Russian sovereignty. '■Spa retention of American troops to Srotect the American railroad dwroPs under John F. Stevens, the gtr-eSdeafs letter stated. Is a "vital elpmeat" By agreement with Jo mm', tbe Presldsnt stated, the Ameri- «aa troops are to remain there MM as th. railroad expedition Is en-' gated la maintaining operation. MRS. HENRY SANDERS DEAD stems Tears Resident ef Beloit, Fesses ' Away at Tthoeo, a. T. Beloit. O, July IS.—"Word reached W. Saadsra .tM* moraine of the death bis mother. "Mrs. Mary Sanders, at heme ef aer daughter, Mrs. Harvey ttt Bt Ithaca. 1*. T. Mr. Bander's Ills daughter*, Mrs. Hazel Heck- erne. Bttw. -Elma Woolf. Mlee Miry , ■ail III aijl SVaab McNab of Atwater^L Isft this afternoon for Ithaca to be lent tor las funeral SMfll'» and bur- tbeiltsf^te be oanducte* there. By Aaaoclated Press to The Rerlew New York. N. T„ July IS.—A atrike of aerial mall pilots began today no aviator appearing to take out tbe plane with Chicago maa due to atari for Bellefonte, Pa., at 5 a. m. The strike, the first of Its kind te the country, follows the refusal' of the postofflce department to reinstate two pllote discharged for refualng to take out plsnss on Tueeday on account of the fog. Postofflce officials at Belmont Park, Is. I., the landing field for mall planes, stated that they had received Instructions to give out no Information concerning the aviators' action. A protest against the discharge ot the two pilots, Leon Smith and Hamilton Lee, waa sent to second assistant Postmaster Oeneral Praeger "Wedneaday giving him 24 houra to make known his decision. Sir. Praeger in his reply, which waa received by the aviators laat night, announoed that the orders discharging the two men had not been revolted. "They came lntp the set flee." Mr. Praeger*s telegram said, "as every other pilot with the knowledge that ther mast comply with the department's orders to fly with the mall and where Dying conditions are such that thay cannot operate they have the option to resign". The aviators state that tbey have complained on several occasions that tha planes supplied them were poorly equlped for firing, even in good weather because of their high speed. They aald they desired lighter and slower machines aa In misty or foggy weather the visibility waa so poor aa to rqake high speed dangerous. The men declared tbat s*"ee July 11 no leas than 16 accidents have occurred In Which tea planes were demolished and two aviators killed. <v> Aviators of mall planes « Chicago. Cleveland and Bellefonte win Join the tbe strike, according te local aviator* twenty pilots at Belmont Park, all civilian employes ot the postofflce department are effected by the strike action. " Although tt was announced by per- soas connected wltb tba losaZ -offless of ths aerial mall aervloe that matt deliveries ta Washington woald coa- tiaae In spite ot tbe strike ot regular allots, no request tor aviators had beea secelved st noon by officials ot tba army aviation fields at Mlneola, Supt'. Stanton oi the eastpra dlvl- Jrtpn.ot thp.s-krr.ee. ***«*rt JA -pwoat Park to take action looking toward a settlement ot the strike. He refused to discuss the sltnatloa, bat It is said he will confer wltb the pilots whose recent discharge trom the service led to the other aviators refusal to take out their planes. SENATE TUB DP UII TREATY RRST a - Pact Growing Ont of Panama Canal Damages Gets Precedence. By Aseoelated Press to The Review Cleveland. Oh. July II.—No aviator reported at Woodland Hills Field up to 1:10' o'clock this morning to take out tbe airplane with New Tork mall scheduled to leave here St 7:45 a. m„ for Belefonte, Pa., It Is understood that at a meeting of the aviators hsre laat night it was dedded not to report for duty thla morning If the New Tork aviators did not-report for duty. ^ra^wi^niFEBs Sanders oaly .going to Ithaca In ' hurt* waa PI years of age born at Valise*. Columbian county, her maid- fa name being Oyster, practically all of bBr life having been passed In this tan- lasflmis region of state. sTbe waa long a saambsr ef tbe Friends church and a SMMt estimable woman one ever bav* tai'a wide clrcfe ef friends. To the friends and acquaintances of tbe community lbs word of death comes with am et sadness. , Beside the aged husband two sons aad one daughter survive. 'William H. Sanders, Beloit, Harvey Sanders, Johnaon City, N. T- and Mrs. Harvey OpWBlt, Bt whose home she died. ' »INHSJE6KH Far Oas ea Ths PseR Item Hear Al* llaaee—Dewa IPS Feel. Drilling for aaa ea tbe PauU form peer the Marlboro road about four mOaS from Alllanee was begun Wednesday" amd a depth of about 100 feet Blue (eaehed before rock was struck. Tba "well showeJ signs of en ring and had ta be cased which r*J« Hired some time. Drilling was resumed Thursday sod 'will be pushed tar two shifts of drillers until gaa or oil Is found er a dSptb of about 4.100 test le rsached. A thorough test ot tbe rooks below tbe Pt**A sand la to be made by the company which la eompoeed of AUlance BBaa 'aad an Astabula company which Have,extensive leases la the vicinity.of ! tbo alt ot the wiU being drUed. Rain Checks Forest Fires. T Aaaoelated Preas to The Review Bscanaba. Mich.. July 86—-Rain falltpg today checked the majority ot mas la the woods thoughout the Upper Peninsula af Michigan. Reports of Serious - lessee trom forest Bras have beea exaggerated except (_.am\[_mw Isolated places, forest of- Oetols said. Shlagletoa, a small town near Manlatlque, mas threatened yesterday bat the fire waa confined to tbe eetover lands. Tiro other villages, neither having more thaa a dosen dwelllnga, are aald to have been destroyed by tba tlrea. eSttSIANY TALKS FREE TRAD*. By Associated Press to The Review Baile, Swltserland, Jdy 16.- (Havas Agency)—A dispatch from Weimar pan that tbe Oerman national assembly yeeterdsy discussed ea Interpellation Oa tbe economic poller.- Several ef the Speakers demanded the adoption of free trade wltb tha view of curbing monopolies aad Improving' Genua exchangee. £j ANNOUNCEMENT! PH. a. C BARNARO, RECENTLY maa! u. a. army, a. a. f„ france, with field hospital sss, an- jsOumces his honorable dis* ojdmme and hm return to RfttVATE PRACTICE. OFFICE 1SS LINOSN AVE. OFFICE t*&e * J*_0 TUESDAY, JIlSPAY AND SATURDAY. 7 TO Ai*\mi. OFFICf PHONES: a «. JSifeiXiys* . *PSCIAL SATURDAY ONLY—RIFE -tciMowSi -azf rmn- bozsn. SKA. JAVA ANO'SANTA* OOP- PBS,'SSe FSS LB. AT L. M. BARTH eS. y^*7 •'-.;■.;: AUTO ELECT—REPAIR OrMa By Assoelated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, July SS.—While the Washington-New Tork air mail plane left on time today despite the strike of pilots the Postofflce Department had no official reports at noon to show that any others were in flight. A report from; Chicago, however, said the machines' in the western division were leaving on time. In a statement today. Otto Praeger, second assistant postmaster general In eharge of the air moll service denied spbclflcally that mall planes used are unsafe or that the department forced pUSte to take the air regardless of weather conditions. Published statements attributed to the striking pilots In New Tork have contained such criticism. Mr. Praeger said the Curtlss R-4, equipped with a liberty motor had a safe minimum speed of about IS mllee an hour, or five miles faster than the smaller, less powerful J N V-4 which Is being abandoned. He said ths statement that the R-4's cannot be flown at not less than 100 miles was correcL . . By AssoclStea Press to The Review Chicago, 111.. July SS—Pilots otr- rytafl the «rf t-bound mall declined to say this morning whether ther., would strike in sympathy with tha eastern aviators. Thay stated that they would decide at the starting time which Ip s p. nv. today. Ths airplane carrying mall for Chi*- cago scheduled to leave here at S:SP a- m. was delayed nearly an boar ta leaving, getting away Bt 1P.S0 a. m. •*'*^* v-j • ?• PMvATI H^i regular ?c,-*f,*c. dance frl OAYNidKfr* TsritPTm Temporary Advantage Held by Chicago—-«• for 64 Holes. Br Associated Press to The Review Cleveland, O., July SB—New Tork golfers made the best showing among thp forenoon finishes In the Penultimate roupd ot tbe Western open golf championship, at Mayfield Country Club, andm**Se Bob McDonald, Of Chicago, Aft. In temporary lead of the field with S18 for 64 holes, Tom MeNamara of Slwanoy, bad 328 with today's 76, while Tom Boyd ot Fox Hills scored par 70 tor a total of SS4 and Oil Nlcholls took 71 for SS7. Alex Cunningham of Wheeling scored TS for a total of 226 whUe Bob McDonald of Chicago wltb 71. Charlee Thorn of Shlnnecock Hills, wtth 78, Charles Lorma of Toledo with 78 and Orange Alvee of Columbus with 78, stood at 288. MeNamara aad McDonald carried the gallery Among the early starters. , Kflnrnii Catharine Van Meter Paaaes Away—Formerly Had Home In Alliance. Mrs. M*ry Catharine Van Meter step-mother of Mia. W. C. Ellett and Carl Van Meter of- AUlaaee, died at tha home of her step-mother, Mrs. Nellie O'Rourke, at Minerva, Thursday- evening -at 7:80 o'clock. For the past two aad a half, years she had been In falling health. ■ Hra; Van-Meter-formerly bad her home of Mr, and. Mrae. Ellett bat about a year ago want to make tha home with tha daughter at Minerva. Deceased was the widow ot tha lata Oeorge Yaa Meter, the greater part ot her lite having beea passed at Minerva. She was a woman of many kindly ways and waa ever held IB the highest of esteem and regard by all acquainted with ber. Beside tbe children as named, two sisters survive, Mrs. Ha Blythe aad Mre. Oeorge Sprowl, both ot Canton. Tbe husband died live years aaa. • Arrangements aa to funeral servioe ara not aa ret complete. EDWARD 1ITACRE DEAD Alliance friends "have received ward of the death ef Edward J. Whltacre of Chicago. Tbe remains arm arrive In Alliance ea Saturday morning. Deceased is a aon of Mra Jennie Whltacre ef Dalontowa, Fa^ formerly of Alllanoa. and of the UkeW.K of thie olty. He waa reared ia anee having spent Ua young Ss tbe olty. amadar hN wife ba la survived by hla mother Mis. Jennie Whlt- acre of Unlontown, Pa. Funeral services tte Edward J. Whltacre will ha held at »:*• o'clock Saturday Cram the home of A. T< Stanley, 171 West Main etreeL •EE MERTS AND RAMSEY AO IN RBAL ESTATE COLUMNS FOR FINE BRICK HOME WITHIN FIVE MINUTES WAj-K OfjSjMSNBfr PENNA RESTAURANT 1888 E. Summit ■KKARrAVT immhiimiikiii wlWapWi *m..........aaa seise**) aUrrmll a a StB a t-SB.SLstBM fiftr> tf_> B Mm Mi .SSe .35c Mips si's OMaase «er Weak Eyee*' FEDERAL PRODUCT*. NUF BED. tm MS GET S1I2 Armed Mea Bide Register Three Bliwiha from Police Station By Associated Press te The Review Canton, O., Jaly 88, Three armed aato bandits held up aad robbed a gasoline filling station of tho Standard Oil oompany at Third street and MoKlaley avenue 8.W., shortly before 1 o'clock thla moraine. They .took |1DS from tbe eaeh register aad escaped la aa automobile, lbe station la three short blocks from police headquarters. Harry Noble wae a .one In the station at tbe time of tbe robbery. The robbers were driving a large Sedan and before entering tba station thay parked tba machine across the street from tha filling station. They draw revolvers when they entered tha station aad whUe one covered Noble the others took the money from the cash register. Then thay withdrew slowly serosa the street, jumped Into th* maohlne, tha 'engine of which bad been left running, and made thetr "Ib bit bt m Canton, O, July 28.—(Special)— Fred W. Morgan, 1411 Louisiana avenue NW, was Injured Friday moraine when hs Was struck ter a machine aald to have been driven by L. ~. Berg, of Maximo. The accident is reported to have taken place near tbe Albambra the- atra oa Market avenue N when Morgan walked across the street to get Into Ms own ear. Morgan's bands aad arms were cut and bruised.- He waa taken to his home Where medical attention was given him. BAMBD 0. M. O. nrSPBCTOa. . Columbua, Ot, July II.—Cot George W. Stuart baa been appointed by tba war department as Inspector-Instructor of the new Ohio National Guard for a period of four year*. He will be stationed la Columbus aad win report to the chief of tbe militia bureau and to tbe commander of tbe central 'department far Instructions. Colonel Stuart was commander of tha lath *-«---*-**||i 87th dlvtoioa. during the war.' Ma la at pressat located at Camp Sherman, Ohio. IT1LUI TilXBI Wai 88 NAMED IF HOFOB OF V. By Associated Pr«*s te The Review Washington. D. C July IA—One of th* taamtWMugeUo Valley. Italy, whloh ma* wrecked recently by earthquake, ia to be renamed "Amerlaa", In recognition cf tbs great amount ef nertoaa aid extended the sufferers through the Red Cross. cobn'obabaftise PDACBD. By Assoclatsd Press to The Review Boston. Btssi. July M.—Fifty-three cities ead towns In inslbmiiwu Maa- sachoaetta smrs quarantined today against the shipment or sale of corn to admr <ista cf ther atata or to other states. The district to Infested wtth culture.'__, ' _ti>T*3 "PECK'S BAD BOY"* AT NEW LYRIC 'THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. ' ^.^^IgSfiflajga REGRETS' CLAUSE WILL BE DROPPED $25,000,000 To Be Paid for Land United States Seized. T^INO^foNTlP^HUDSON 3Be 8UPERSIX. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO, ARCH AMD I PHONES O. 6. 8260, BELL WANTBD 18P CARS HAY. • Oood timothy hay. Phone No. B. F. Roose, Hom*worth. Ohio. -' Br Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, July 25.—Under present plans of Republican leaders, the-peace treaty will be set aside temporarily for consideration of the treaty between the United States snd Colombia, proposing payment to the latter of $26,000,000 for damages arising from American acquisition of the Pan-American canal. Chairman Lodge, of the Senate For- sign Relations committee said today the Colombian treaty would be taken up by the committee next week with plans for Its immediate ratification by the Senate. Action on the treaty has been urged by State Department officials. n was understood that an agreement hod been reached between Senator Lodge and Under-Secretary Polk, ot the State Department, by whieh the committee would eliminate the clause of the treaty suggesting regrets to Colombia tor the partition of Pan-America. . Republicans have held up ratification .at. the. treaty for several years because ef this clause and some time ego' tha amount of the damages to be paid Colombia was reduced to 116.- 000,000, but la consideration of the elimination ef the regret clause, the original sum of 886,000,000 waa re* stored Renewed request.tor Immediate action on tbe treaty was made today by Secretary Lansln* and the Amerieaa mlnleter to Colombia. Chair* sua Lodge vUl confer tomorrow with Mr. Lansing and be hopes to obtain ratification ef the treaty by the Sonata neat week. Wae Discussed at Salem—Protests Made Aa to Raise In Price Rate. Salem, O., Jaly 86—Salem la having trouble with the Natural Oas Co. aa well aa Alllanee, but ot a different character. There appears no shortage ot gaa to supply consumers, but the price of gas has been Increased from 86 to 67 cents per thousand feet Salem protests thla rise as unwarranted and proposes to carry the matter to the state publlo utlll- tles commission for a hearing In an effort to get a lower rate. A moss meeting was held last night to make a formal protest on tbe proposed lnereaae In ratee. this waa an open meeting of council and waa largely attended. Attorney W. S. Emmons made the statement for the publlo as to why a protest waa made. The council wtll meet tonight In special session but this will not be aa open meeting. SHW.I0I URMT Subscriptions aad Pledges Are Being Paid Promptly. Secretary R. 8. Kaylor of tha executive committee of the Salvation Army campaign said that subscriptions aad pledgee for the fund ar* arriving nicely and be anticipates no serious shortage to tbe fund by a failure to par theee. The quota ef $80,000 It is believed trOi be nearly reached and thla Insures a building for Alliance by th* army. MIHEflS' STRIKE EBDS MF Aasoclated Press to The Review London, England July 16—Tha atrike et approxhqately a quarter of a million men la the^coal ml nee, that threatened to paralyse many Industries, waa settled todey. UjOYD cfaoRGB FATOBS KOBE RESTRICTIONS AGAIF8T TRADB By Associated Press to The Review London, Bngiand, July IS.—-It la impossible at present to give legislative effect to th* government's trad* policy, Premier Lloyd Oeorge said today. Hs suggested - thai -tbe trade restrictions existing, aad expiring la September should further be extended, .y^ WILSON dlONS AGRICULTURAL . . BILL; DA YLIOHT LAW ST AN DP. By Assoclstad Preaa to The Review , ,. Wsshlngtoa. D. O, July Sfc—President Wilson today signed tbesjrticui- taral appropriation MB' trdm whieh congress had sMmlastod e rider repealing th* daylight soring aet after th* President bad vetoed the original INTERURBftN HITS AUTO Maohlne le .Damaged But Occupants •f Car Escape Injury. What might have Man a serious accident occurred at tb* corner of Mil- ner street ead Arch avenue Friday morning shortly after 10 o'clock when the south-bound Intel-urban car for Canton struck aa aato. The machine pulled right across the track In front of the ear, tt Is Said, the presumption being that ae tbe Mount Union car bad Just gone up the driver did not notice the lnterurban car following whieh wae a few minutes behind schedule snd for that reason following tbe elty ear. One wheel of the automobile was smashed and the machine which was headed west wad turned to the south. The occupants were uninjured and the names were not learned. HOI ON LEAVE Alliance Officer Back After 14 Months Service Overseas. Alliance was proud, Friday morning to welcome home the city's distinguished soldier and cltlien, Col. Chas. C. Way brecht, who arrived on westbound passenger train No. 28, on the Penna Lines reaching bere about 6:58 o'clock railroad time. He was accompanied by Ure. Weybrecht. who with his sister, Mrs. Leroy Lamborn, met him In New Tork Tuesday afternoon. At the depot ta Alliance, this morning, were members of the family and friends to greet the colonel, members of the Rotary club being present as a reception committee. When seen at his home, at noon, by a newspaper man. Colonel Weybrecht waa found reading this week's Issues of the Alliance Dally Review, getting in touch with home town affairs. Colonel Weybrecht was fortunate la having excellent health during his satire period of service, which including the Mexican Border troubl*, covers a period of three years, excepting about two months time at home between th* return from th* border and the calling of tb* Ohio*-National Guard Into service In the World war. He waa over- aeos for a period of fourteen months aad following service in the active war zone with his regiment, tha 141th Infantry, was placed in charge of shipping aad troops at Nantee, France, where ha found plenty of difficult work Ito getting things in shape from a bus* tneee end military standpoint. At times a hundred thousand 'troops weij* to he handled. . Tbe chipping was also heavy with unusullly meagre faollittee fat tho way Of transportation. Following th* signing ef the armistice. Colonel W.ybeeeht WW»*B»_» -*• Rotterdam, Holland, where he waa In eharge of th* great army supply depot from which vast supplies of food and other stores were distributed to the troops In Oermany. The work hsre. It Is expected, will close by August 1st Colonel Weybrecht Is of the. opinion that all American troops win be wen on thetr way homeward by the middle of August. He does not believe that there wfll be much if any American army of occupation to remain overseas. Upon if.»*.'1*"*g at New York Colonel Weybrecht proceeded to Camp Dtx. N. J., Where he found that he would have to remote for about a week before mua tar-out. ao he at once asked for was granted absence which Would permit him to re turn Immediately to hla home. He will BISHOP, H FORD IS NOT ST The Rt. Rev. Charles D. Williams Aids Auto Manufacturer. DEFINES ANARCHY FOR THE JURORS Says Ford Expresses Sentiment Found Repeatedly in the Bible. By Aasoclated Press to The Review Mt. Clemens, Mich., July SI.—-Bishop Charles D. Williams of Detroit, bb Episcopal minister and lecturer, testified today for Henry Ford in Mr. Ford's 11.000,000 libel suit against the Chicago Dolly Tribune. His testimony was Intended to refute that of Prof. Reeves of the University of Michigan, who sometime ago testified that many of Mr. Ford's Ideas were anarchistic. He was questioned hf Attorney Alfred Lucking, senior counsel for Mr. Ford. •What Is an anarchist r asked Mr. Lucking. One who believes, advocates and works for the elimination of government and does so by violent means." Attorney Lucking quoted Mr. Ford as advocating a world viewpoint rather than ths notional viewpoint. Is there anything In that thot is peculiarly anarchistic ?" The question brought on arguments of counsel In which Attorney Alfred J. Murphy ssld that the Ideas of Mr. Ford were those of the. Christian religion ond were generally held by high philosophy. Bishop William s sold the remark ot Mr. Ford was not peculiarly, anarchistic, but wss o sentiment occurring frequently la the Bible, as "Love thy neighbor as thyself." The essence of Bishopv Williams' testimony waa that there was nothing Id the teachings of Mr. Ford that were Jtcullarly anarchistic. Some were la the Bible, some were held true by many persons not anarchists, he aald Bven reference to war aa murder area made by Carlyle aad Emerson, Sa WeU many other philosophers, ths wit- Stated. KILLED OVER FIDE Wrangle Over Taxleab Cost Results In Murder. By Associated Press to The Review Toledo, O-, July SS.—A mon bb yet unidentified was shot and killed here eaily today during a quarrel wltb a ♦-^—h driver over the fore for an all* and I night pleasure ride. William A. Ans- flfteen days leave oflpach, chauffeur is under arrest charged with the shooting. He says that he was attacked by the man and Geor- PHES1DEMT ROT TO SEND FRENCH TREATY TO SENATE TILL AFTER SPHK1NG TRIP Announcement Is Made at the White House That Def en- sire Pact Wffl Not Be Submitted Until He Has "Swung Around the Oi-de"---To Accompany Treaty With An Explanatory Address. By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, July S6.—-President Wilson does not now plan to present the defensive treaty with France to tbe Senate until after he returns from hla tour of the country. This statement wss mode today at the White House. When the President presents the treaty he will accompany It with an explanatory address to the Senate. No statement wos msde at the White House with regard to charges la tb* Senate yesterday that the President had violated a section of the tnaty by not presenting it simultaneously with the treaty of Versailles. These seemed to be some doubt st the White House today whether all Republican senators would be Invited to confer with the President It had been understood that all would be Invited bat no further appointments hod been meda today and eo tar as could be learned Senator Warren of Wyoming, and one or two other senators were all that the President planned to see In the Immediate future. The President was in hie study early today and among th* many matters before him waa the preparation of la- formation ond documents relating to the peace negotiations requested by the Senate. Indications today were that tbe President would start on his west- word trip about August 10, although It was mode clear this was purely tentative and that the exact date would depend upon developments In Washington daring the next fortnight. President Wilson today was considering a week-end cruise on the yacht Mayflower, the weather being Ideal for a voyage to Hampton Roods. The Invitation to Senator Warren and also one to Senator Spencer of Missouri, were despatched by the President during the forenoon. Tho senators were asked to call at the White House later in the day. The President paid an unexpected oall on Secretary Baker in tbe State. War and Navy building just before Boon. HS did not communicate his Intention to White House attaches and crossed the street from the White nnuss unattended. After conferring for half an hour with Mr. Baker, the Prealdent called on Secretary Lansing, remaining about ten minutes. He then returned to the White Houee. There was no intimation as to what matters he had dia- cussed with the Secretaries. Before he went to the White House, Senator Spencer sold be had drown up five reservations which he expected to present to th* President H* sold he would tell Mr. Wilson he was Satisfied that If th* administration woald endorse the reservations the treaty would be ratified. HM PLANE OR SECOND LEG l¥ FLIGHT Br .Associated, Py«a*.to The Jtevlew August^**., July SS—U. Colonel B. S. Harts aad hss arew of four mea la-a Martin Bombing plane ar- ritpS bere today on the second leg ot thetr Journey trom Waahington around tha 0m of tbe United Statee. The maeblaa left Mlneola at 8: SB a. m. aad reached here at 1:08 p. m. - likely go to Camp Sherman for muster- Lglo Harris, the women who accompanied him and is too hysterical to identify the deod man. Anapach soys he was driving the pair to police head- qtVYbrs to have the desk officer settle the fore dispute. The women is locked up. out and final discharge. Since reaching the states the Colon*! haa been slightly 111, he believes from the drinking of Ice water, to which he haa not been accustomed for several year*. He also has noticed the intensity Of the heat hers. It being much hotter thaa weather experiencd abroad. Regarding his appreciation of getting home, the Colonel says be has yet to meet a soldier who has not been more than delighted to return to the United Statea. Colonel Weybrecht believes he le among the very last of the Notional Guard officers to be mustered out. In speaking of the American soldiers with whom he came In contact. Colonel Weybrecht paid th* highest tribute to their ability, faithfulness and aervlce. Of all tbe soldiers observed none could excel the Amerioan* " With a series of bara designating the campaigns la which ha participated worn upon the breast ef tno Colonel's blouse, was observed, a neat bar which represents the honor conferred upon htm by tbe French Government, tb* rank of officer In the Legion of Honor. Tbo real emblem is warn only upon tim fir IBB uniform of the officer reeolvtng It Colonel Weybrecht'* return trip from Rotterdam covered a period ef teen daya. Two days, however, spent in Bngiand en route home. GAMBLERS ARE ARRESTED 11 GENTS TO EAT MORRIS' QUALITY BREAD AND HOME-MADE PA8TERIE& 771 SO. ARCH AND MAIN STaSBT MARKET HOUSE. SPECIAL 8ATURDAY ONLY RIPE JUICY LEMONS, 30c PER DOZEN. MOCHA. JAVA AND SANTAS OOP*- "EE, 85c PER LB. AT L. M. BARTH <9 CARLOAD OF WATERMELON8 TO BB SOLO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT SOc -MARKET STREET SL Y. C -TRACK., -FRESH MELONS RtattTPROM OEORO»Ar:>& Try Sharer'* That is Weekly I ajsaat SliaS by Mhs- Imaa Wage Com mission. Boston, Ham. July SS*—Establishing $11.(0 aa tb* minimum weekly warn, tar women worker* in candy factories. the Massachusetts. Minimum Wag** commission today announoed ttat thla amount, had basa jawssf upon as th* least en which a self supporting woman could meet tb* coet Of living and maintain herself In baaUb. The spinsllealPsnl ef the HIM wage whs ShOwn In aa itemized budget which allowed St weekly tar board and lodging; SS.SS tar clothing; 10 cente tar recreation end IS cants for "sakf lmprovamenf. 'Other items In tb* budget ware laun- *T S*; carfares M; deeper aad dentist SS; churoh 11; newspapers aad niaga- sln** IS; vacation tt; eawngs and Insurance SJj lnctdeotate ttr COMMUNITY '■- ': IT IBSPT "KNACK* THAT MAKES OOOD BAKINO. ITB OOOD BAKING POWDER SUCH AS COMMUNITY, SOLO BY H. L. WARE, AR. CADE MARKET] SL B. DIXSON, MAIN ST* MARKET. ■ PACKED BY THE COMMUNITY COPFfcB * •PICE CO. CURB OR FARMERS' MARKET EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY ANO SATURDAY AT. 7:00 A. M„ CORNER OXFORD AND SENECA. TOMORROW WILL HAVE BEET8, BNAP MEANS, CUCUMBERS, 8QUA8H, TOMATOES, BLACKBERRIES. EGOS, YOUNS AND OLD CHICKEN*. Four Poker Players Each Pay Fines of SS and Coats. Gambling cases wer* th* principal business given attention by Judge Moore, Friday morning. Julius Rleger, Austin Chiller, Price Bridge- ford and James Belchel pleaded gull' ty to having engaged In a poker gome. Each was fined five dollars and costs. William Bonks pleaded not guilty. He was released It ing shown that he was present but not participating la the game. The men are employed In a gang doing concrete work. They are rooming on Franklin avenue. Officers Klntner aad Coy made th* raid. Chief Hawkins later picked ap two of tbe men. With the exception of Rleger, the membera of tbe party were colored men. WEATHER NOTES Generally fair weather prevails tn aB portions of Um oounty tha only rate being on tbe Atlantic coast snd In Test- aa The hottest plaee i spotted la Phoenix Arlsona at lot degree* and th* coolest Portland Oregon and Sen Fran- daoo at St degree*. Th* was Him ta much warmer In tbe North vreat sad this is advancing eastward. II SHIP* DELIVERED IN WEEK. By Associated Press to Tha Bevtew Washington. D. C, July S5.—Deliveries of SI ships to the shipping board during th* week ending Jaly 18 brought tha total since the United 8tates entered the wsr ta 1.111 et 4,0S0,8SS grass tons. Of tbe grand MiB 806 of M79.026 gross tens wsr*< steeL The others were wood aad composite. '-,*'"' COMMUNITY PEANUT BUTTER SOLD BY M. B. DIXSON. MAIN BT. MARKET. SOLO BY H. L. WARE, ARCADE MARKET. SOUS BY J. W. BLACKBURN. MT. UNION. MANUFACTURED BY THE OOMMUNITY COFFEE d SPICE CCv ALLIANCE, OHM. FOR 8ALE—191B FORD TOUMNO CAR. Ad OOOD AS NEW. WILL SELL AT A BAROAIN. CALL AT B W. CAMBRIDGE AFTER SlSO a. »l < WMmP READ SPIEQEL-S Jkt\i PAOE IS. SmamtwfiaXWttma.ati ****** Eyee. By Associated Press to The Review Mlneola. N. T- July IS.—Lieut Colonel R. B. Harts, who with a crew of four men la making an 8,000 mile trip around tbe rim -of the country ta J. Martin Bombing Plane, taft bara at (:IS o'clock this morning on tbe flight to Augusta. Maine. He expects to roach there shortly after noon. Colonel Harts arrived here from Waahington yesterday on the flnt leg of the flight making tha trip In two hours snd 4T minutes. A leak devel oped In the water tank, but thl* was repaired whll* th* plane waa flying at a height of 8,001 feet over Baltimore. Th* next leg of tb* flight around th* country I* Prom Augusta to Cleveland. Ohio a distance of M0 mile* AUTO TURNS OVER Garland Stanley le Painfully Injur ea the Lexington Reed. Garland Stanley, sob of John Stanley, superintendent of tbe City Water Works was badly scratched and bruised on the head and neck when the Ford which he was teaching his tooth' er Delmer to drive turned over, lbe accident occurred on tbe Lexington road early Thursday morning. Oar- land and Delmar wars attempting to change places while tta ean waa going oad whan he took Me place Del mar accidentally tamed the steering wheel turning tbe car causing It to turn over twice pinning Garland un der th* ear. It le feersd that Mr. Stanley's neck Is more seriously Injured thaa flrst supposed. BILLION FIUNGSJMOEMNITY Ko mania aad Serbia WUl Receive Most et The Money. By Associated Press to The Review Paste, France. July .SSu—dHaa arrival ot tb* Bulgarian peaoe delegation In Parte wm tab* place a.day later thaa waa expected. Th* delegation which wpa te hav* reached Parte thla asornlnir according to tbe original plana, stopped over a Sprat Lausanne, Switzerland. It wffl arrive bar* tomorrow morning. Rumania and Serbia ara awarded tha greater part ef more thaa a billion fraao Indemnity dssaanded under the Bulgarian peace terms, whieh ar* nearly fwilsbsd, according to the Excelsior. tbe remainder ot the amount will be ta Oreeo* the paper aay*. GERMAN BANK SEEKS LOAM* By Aaaoclated Prees to Tbs Ravtew Berlin, Germany, July 35,—Negotiations of the Deutsche Bank wtth New Torts financial institutions for a large loea at unannounced proportions ara proceedlag favorably, aooordlng to Information In official quarters. FISHING CARNIVAL AND A REAL BASKET PICNIC AT . ROCKHILL park july aa S TO 7 P. M. SM WILL BE- PAID TO ONE WHO CATCHES THE LONGEST FISH. EACH PERSON ENTERING CON* TBST PAYB SUBS. REMEMBER THB TIME. MOttOAY EVENING • TO 3- COME EARLY AND AVOID THE tfuSM?TTTT- ~" • ,v ^" " CHICKENS, YOUNG ANO DRESSED OR ALIVE. B. J. aaa. OLD, OHIO *-TUSO" Cleaners $45.00. Pay- aats to salt custeeeesv OeU Jan. W. Rose. Opp. P. O. O. & SSS*. NOTED EVANGELIST IS FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED Telegram to Sebring Oamp Tells of Demise of Rev. Dr. McCaUen at Eastoo Rapids, Mich.—Announcements for Saturdays' Meetings. Sebrinc. O.. July 26.—At the camp meeting today Rev. Joseph H. Smith Peed a telegram Just received trass Eaaton Rapids, Mich., stating Dr. M. C. Callen in eharge of the camp meeting at that place, wos found dead In bed Thursday morning. He wos a noted comp meeting worker and en Intimate friend of Dr. Oliver, president of the Sebring camp meeting. Tho message created a profound feeling of sadness at the Sebrinc camp. This afternoon Rev. J. W. Hughes delivered the message at tbe meeting at 8:00 o'clock. Tonight Rev. Joseph H. Smith will fill the pulpit. The assignment Saturday is as fol- lowa: At the morning hour Rev. J. W. Hughes; at tha afternoon sesjlon. Rev. R. F. Miner oad at the evening eession Evangelist C. W. Huth of Indianapolis. M. Baghntnger ot Taylor University at Upland, Ind., has arrived on tho oamp grounds and will take som* part ta the_pmetlngs. The Sunday assignments'*are as follows: At S a. m., sunrise meeting in charge of Dr. Oliver; at 8:80. Love feast conducted by J. W. Hughes; at 10 a. m., sermon by Rev. Joseph H. Smith; at 1:80 a. m., a ladles quartette from Texas will give song service; at 2:80 p. m., sermon by Rev. J. W. Myers; at 7:80 p. m., the closing sermon of the oamp meeting will be given by Rev. C. W. Hath. MARINE STRIKE NEARS END Expeet Announcement of Settlement To Be Made Soon. By Aaaoelated Press to The RevUw New Tork. N. Y., July 26.—Announcement of the settlement of the mwln* workers' strike was expected to b* made today. Raymond B. Stevens, vice chairman of the United States Shipping Board, who came here Monday, has since hsd conferences Wtth representetlvee of both the seamen end the operators and intimated that practically the only thing necessary to complete a compromise is tie signatures. FITZGERALD FUNERAL Funeral aervloe tor Mrs. Cells Flts- geiald will be conduct*, at St. Jo- eeph*a Catholic ohurch Monday morning ot 8:80 o'clock. Interment will be made In tery* The remains of Mrs. Fitzgerald were removed Friday from the Channel residence where death occurred to the home, SSS East Garwood street, #here friends may call at any tune. St. Joseph's ceme- ANNOUMCBMENTI DR. HOMER B. SCRANTON. RECENTLY CAPT. U. 8. ARMY, A. E. P., FRANCE, WITH FIELD HOSPITAL SIS, ANNOUNCES HIS HONORABLE DISCHARGE AND HIS RETURN TO PRIVATE PRACTICE. OFFICE 1SS SOUTH LINDEN AVE. HOURS 1 TO d AND MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 7 TO S P. OFFICE PHONES: a S. SIPS, BELL *SS; REf. PHONif: a Sfc SS71, BELL — ■SBBU»S BAD BOY- AT, NEW LYRIC THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. ___,
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-07-25|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||July 25, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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VOL. XXXI, KO. 3oo.
EIGHTEEN PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO, FRIDAY,JULY 25, 1919.
TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK.
President Tells Senate Reason for Keeping Troops
ALSO TO PROVIDE
FOOD FOR SLAVS
V. S. Railroad Forces Must
Be Protected Senate
Aerial Mail Pilots Strike;
Want Two Men Reinstated
Protest Discharge of Aerial Carriers Who Refuse to Take
Planes Out in a Fog—Say Machines Are Poorly
Equipped for Flying.
Br Aaaoelated Preee to Tbe Review
^Washington, D. C. Jaly SB—President WUson today advised tbe Senate that the American military expedition tn Siberia wee. there pri-
BtarUy to protect and maintain op-
asattaa of the Siberian railroad and
Indleated that the expedition weald
raaiala as long as such prptectloa
araa' necessary. .
Another purpose of thp expedition
aa outlined br the President was to
«ve_ relief to the Russian people In
berta, by supplying food, clothing
SM -other supplies. Hr. WUson said
taSPS-was ao Intention ef Interfering
Wtth Russian sovereignty.
'■Spa retention of American troops
to Srotect the American railroad
dwroPs under John F. Stevens, the
gtr-eSdeafs letter stated. Is a "vital
elpmeat" By agreement with Jo
mm', tbe Presldsnt stated, the Ameri-
«aa troops are to remain there
MM as th. railroad expedition Is en-'
gated la maintaining operation.
MRS. HENRY SANDERS DEAD
Tears Resident ef Beloit, Fesses
' Away at Tthoeo, a. T.
Beloit. O, July IS.—"Word reached W.
Saadsra .tM* moraine of the death
bis mother. "Mrs. Mary Sanders, at
heme ef aer daughter, Mrs. Harvey
ttt Bt Ithaca. 1*. T. Mr. Bander's
Ills daughter*, Mrs. Hazel Heck-
erne. Bttw. -Elma Woolf. Mlee Miry ,
■ail III aijl SVaab McNab of Atwater^L
Isft this afternoon for Ithaca to be
lent tor las funeral SMfll'» and bur-
tbeiltsf^te be oanducte* there.
By Aaaoclated Press to The Rerlew
New York. N. T„ July IS.—A atrike
of aerial mall pilots began today no
aviator appearing to take out tbe plane
with Chicago maa due to atari for
Bellefonte, Pa., at 5 a. m.
The strike, the first of Its kind te
the country, follows the refusal' of the
postofflce department to reinstate two
pllote discharged for refualng to take
out plsnss on Tueeday on account of
the fog. Postofflce officials at Belmont
Park, Is. I., the landing field for mall
planes, stated that they had received
Instructions to give out no Information
concerning the aviators' action.
A protest against the discharge ot
the two pilots, Leon Smith and Hamilton Lee, waa sent to second assistant
Postmaster Oeneral Praeger "Wedneaday giving him 24 houra to make
known his decision.
Sir. Praeger in his reply, which waa
received by the aviators laat night, announoed that the orders discharging
the two men had not been revolted.
"They came lntp the set flee." Mr.
Praeger*s telegram said, "as every other pilot with the knowledge that ther
mast comply with the department's orders to fly with the mall and where Dying conditions are such that thay cannot operate they have the option to
The aviators state that tbey have
complained on several occasions that
tha planes supplied them were poorly
equlped for firing, even in good weather because of their high speed. They
aald they desired lighter and slower
machines aa In misty or foggy weather
the visibility waa so poor aa to rqake
high speed dangerous. The men declared tbat s*"ee July 11 no leas than
16 accidents have occurred In Which tea
planes were demolished and two aviators killed.