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*9*w*b-9 » :a wt*ttimk.v\ mm*m}M*^*J-*w . %%'*£r*$_.rF ^-r.-r- \:■>-*-*■ '**■ ^-^ygwgj -. t ■ Y<q*a would call tbat merchant unfair who failed ta advertise an offering of real merit Read tha ads. THE WEATHER. ';*?•- M :* 'T'O'li Shs> aai aasMtaaat w*na tonight eai 8SBS*> Stt—llll. *».«.- tempers* ta** SO at » a. SSI partly cloady. I A VOIi. XXXI., NO. '301. »<J - I'll I ll III II .... 1.1 POUBTEEN PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO, SATURDAY JULY 26,1919. TWO CENTS-DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. WITH LANSING ;1 PEACE PICT ■BUS i n\i Asks Secretary of SUte for Advice on Financial .,..,. Sections. ,„ 'fi LANDING PROMISES ' ,tH> LOAN EXPERTS « ii teitifto *^***^>l»eiH-^»;*^-*>g^'j^#'*.i>i wW White House Offidals Say Reply Sent Senator Is Refusal of Anything"—Executive Hay Leave EarBer Than Expected on Speaking Trip. ■.. **¥.: ke tf a. to Colombian Treaty. Is Also Discussed With Secy. of State.."';.. J: ^Sfi 'Til f '^jlfcAsseelatea Preas to The Itevtew ^'. * .'VWashiaitoB, D. C, July 26.—Colombia has sni-eed te tte Senate amend- ateat te "thla treaty Betweea that country and the United Statee by whieh Suggestions of regret by this eotihtry Mr the partition of Pan-Amer* mt tea Senate Foreign Relations com- isa tftie aaiBilnated, Chairman Lodge. BTdttee aam today after a conference •Bk Secretary Lansing at the State .JHipiBifl ■ - ; ArJJBsnslsts* Press to lbe JUvlsw .rWiahtoaton, D. C. July tts—Chair- - (da* of the Senate Foreign Re- commltte*. oonferred wltn We- I_*hstng at tba State Depart- dlscuaslng the treat/ with 08y tad th* Colombian eonven- n*oW which th* United State* -Jt atx that country t*».eoo,000 tor Ska BartttMn ot Pan Amarioa. Senatar Lodge aald he told Mr. Lan- ' r 'Ik* fl*«n<.l*l saailoiis ef the tree- et V*u-f*aillee ww* se Intricu* thst foreigneemaalttee telt a should i tt_» aervtoaaof th* experts In con-1 M£:-Bi eecretaiy promta- the Scegtter eald. to assign to th* oom ->• tenCof th* experts of the ABter-^ p*ae*~*dslsaatlon who assisted la sections. reservation* coiainued tht ef otfielal dttci SteuuUae sad aenai eae tsr ee surface A. concerned thefe was * treaty fight . JEtoth the tk* Foreign Relatione *om- _> adjourned until Monday and '*Wn*on had no republican Jkcfia appointment l(*t. were' njikny oonferouqfo hew By Asaoeiat* Washington, D. dent Wilson -baa writ"*.-.; a Senator Bodge, chairman of th* Foreign Relations oommttteo, dealing wtth - resolution leuenMj adopted hy fMt Senate. In making the announcement oday White Hou** official* said tto latter wee "aet a refusal ef anything". •gba.BSSiiliil.sst referred, to In the letter was suppossd to he that of the oem- nitte* asking fer all document* ussd '■jy th* American delegates at th* peace confer****. iTiafasnt WUson'a advlssr* said to- tay that after atudytmt tfi. letter* wrlt- tn fear former Prealdent Taft tn Chatr- __ ',■—>■ "* the RepubUcan National committee and eeveral aanatore regarding rsservaUons to the peaoe treaty. the President had concluded that Mr. laft did not write for publication. They said the Preaid-nt believed Mr. Taft waa making en honest effort to bring about a settlement ot the league cen- troversy and that be bad ao Ids*, that what h* wrote would he published et this time. Some ot the Presidents ad- vleera let It be known today that they **pr*ested the action of aotne senators who haaa visited tka White Hous* la placing their owe- interpretations to etatementa fee publication upon what th* President baa said to them en the peace treaty aad the Lesgae covenant. Wltb a view to diaousaing tka general treaty solution, the Prealdent planned te go to tka eapltol today to confer with .Democratic senators. It ■ waa indicated today that th* President wa* oonaiderlng tb* ad- viaability ot making _*oto* **rtx ef a statement regarding his views ea proposed reaervatlotia to 'tke treaty. It wee slid such a statement might te made before Mr. WUson left onhta trip Tb* President apparently baa advanced the date of hla departure brass Washington 8a It ws* aaM at tta White Mouae today that he wohld dellyer nu- m*riu* ___ KrancleCo oa August It to ravtew th* Paoiflo fleet. It wae expected thet th* flrst speech woald b* del lvered to some otW to tt* aaiddieweat. : Although tteltllMrary tm tbe Prsel- dsars aysklHf tear throughout tbe ooantry labebelf of th* League of Na- tioos waa aaM to be practically complete and contemplated only one stop fit California. Sea Franclsoo, Senator Phelan ef tb*t atate baSapaagage- saent to as* kfir. Wilson today la aa endeavor to taduo* him also to visit Lo* Aageftsa Complete plan* (BT th* trie *re ex- peoted to b* announced from the White Houae within th* next few daya Tbe Prssidsat plana to leav* Washington bstw*ea August 0 and 10, It aaa aaM. and probably will go Street to 8*01 Franciaoo, where he will irevley the Pacific fleet when tt airlvee there Ao- gust 1*. Senator Phelan desire* to bay* th* Prealdent stop at Lo* Angelas aai •to taDotnpany th* fleet from San Diego to Bea Francisco. By Associated Pr*** to Th* Review Ifew York, N. Y- Jaly 2*.—Th* As- DIEIB1M at^SSLSKh*^ _______ -an. some ■ general program of aahleet et aiueh esrasst f _m VThtte Houee ead tbe ' DeparW-ent remained si'ent on tke jSp^SattonB under way srttk I'.awetmtne, Bnautuaij aa aaea- ef a_tp*ctantw wae added. - ef tie statement* of Sen Republican. Missouri, b with Pre^jfcnt WllsoB _ ftreeldent abowtd htm hopiitut of en early develop- ' ISBS'-sltuatton. Lodgs, of the Foreign Re- had. *a appointment .. Lanetng today, mnf i Columbian treaty was SMI be.tbk primary auhjeot Of W*e thought featur** ef nsgotlstions also might Wit* IS KILLED. .Prase te The Review War .to.—-The maa wbo 1 k«tod here Thursday BB argument with a been Identified aa Jack Detroit, formerly a sate aft Harris, wltb whom raa Mtflac when the dispute IsayB the chauffeur. William abet la ssU defense. . OIWgfc.WiOTH8.IS. ASSAULTS MAN VVtTH AXB; MAY ML BrAseoolated Pras* to Th* Review Tet^oTW?*—Frank Michaels tk I* via■ tr>fcoeattal bere with wounds tkBt Bsay result la death aa tka result of ,8s7«count*r Mat Bight wttk tke Agujeeee wttl tke i brMMr of a young woman to whom ka.baabeea paytos attention. Mi< basis -wai beaten *-A out with an axe, aad Kabanas Is held charged attaek. _\4 ehargea, accord- Ug to tke police, ea undue Intimacy jSaraaa his slatsr and Mlebaela. aSKS 8I00.0O0 FOR LOSS ttT LEGS Hf ACCIDENT. ^dsrrelaad. 0., Jaly JO—Joeeph P. Sraver, of Brie,. formerly a Hew *-*Tttrk Central lallroa* eoadaetor, baa ***** walker ■ D. Hlnee. director gea- sial ef ralUoads and the New York Central railroad oompany far $100,- 800 damagea tor tke loss of his legs jM8a railroad accident. Kraver aaM ; tte waa-Jelted from a car at Erie last Way because of tbe careless shunting 0t another ear. 'r:,~&ffl!&7a¥&e& tWOVM MtOWNINGS IN TOLEDO. .>T Totodo O.. Jaly ti—With the •__9*___e__*M ramUrnmr ot Barl SBkakW. lSgaan old. wkea a canoe ttjslsn at Toledo Beeeb, tke etty Sia, a reeord of tour livee loot la On water la two days. Tke other fg*a vtotlms were bathera. )MSMINe CARNIVAL AMD A REAL IT F10KIIC AT ROCKHILL ;*WI-Y 88, A; TO 7-8>. M. 8R> JPr-ttS FAIO TO' ONE WHO JVF0HE8 THE L0NQE8T FISH. gCH. PERSON ENTERING CON* Br .'SWre SUM. remember ■4m TOBta- siONOAY.EVENINQ8 TO '£7eeMS-8UMK¥aNO AVOID THE |jt#^MiaiJW^AJM.'^R.J»ARKJ «YlHaNT. SEE OWNER AT] ItMSHT, CORNER ROCKHILL fp£ga,.a-p. - M. TOMORROW. msttjkmmprtem wANTm^jy j-_._e_Baa. jewELER.^g_ J____ ^ggaPUCTa. mow aee. Qlsssss faa^aaa..a|iik"'. Boiler Explosion on U. a . Nsvsl Tsndef Results B^_aiS»ci*'a_LFrssi to Thi a»niBL-"5_> '" QiiJ0»W<|r^8W.J8Sil_WB a. Mexico, 3mW^(W^SAAVm Ooloal-J Six, inen were killed today la a boiler explosion «A the-IT. & 8, Melville, a naval tended attach*' ti Skk:|w> cltlo fleet, Captain'Twining, the chief •'*rt*II k»* beea ad*#ia*d. By Associated Press to Th* Review ▲beard tbe U. 8. 8. New tfextoo. Friday July 28- -Four dreadnoughts of tbe Pacific fleet* the New .Mexico, Arkansas, Texas aad.New 'Stt.rfc.were lifted auceesefally-Sbroijfh tte Oa- tun Locks today, Tbts -was the first attempt to aejatlato the waterway with a.fleet ofMrsidBoughta andto- alSkt tte wai-akl8* .It* ;anchored In tke'freak wateriofOatun Lake, ts feet abrtv* eefc l«v*L - .The dread nougbM wlB l-toume tbMr tHp toward .tte Paelflc ocaan Saturday at which tltaa ' tte Mlsslsaippi aad Wyoming, aow'ooallng and oQlag at Colon will commence the passage of tte caaaL :$\,Ti^_i_i&gl /T Disorders In Alsace. By Aaeeotatea Praas to Th* Ravtew Berlin, Germany. July 20 Eihord erly eendltlone la Straabourg, the capital of ^Alsace, are reported la advice* reeeRreS hese. Sanguinary eoa- fUeta betweea tta Fjenek nrdUtory and civlllane are alleged to kave oor curred. K_< MUCH OF ESTATE 18 . _____ ISR TO-*flHARITIK8 Yoangatowa." ,0m July 88.-—Tke balk ot tte estate of the late Annette |0. Webb, valued at more thaa,$88,- 1080 wfll go to varloas Lutheran char- jMBSjtol miasloaary acUvttles^ ae- «sordln« ta ber 'will, filed -for probate Thursday. 8ke glvee $8,000 te tke widows' aad orpbeas' fund af tke Oklo synod ef tke church, 01.000 each to tte Lathers* home fort epileptics at Rocheeter. P*., St. Luke^i Lutheran church ef Youngstown aad the Lutheran Women's - league et jronhestown for -arissloBair? work. After besiests ef »t00 each to her 18 niece* and nephews and a legacy MJ|j888 additional to ona ot theee nephews, Roy Augustus Blerdeman, together with SbpoelUon- ef koase- hold good* to verlous alee**, the re- malnder% of kac tatata goes to Mts Lutheran headqaacters et Obautae- obb. H.'J. WUbal-M*pM|l SMBi let. Tba w-ll waa sfaeMd Jaae 8. iwaS. Mrs. W*bb-*tod rtlfct. 1*1*. SfppBEL SSASea. ,Th* hunting atason on aquln-el* toe t^a-ereer. only, wn be trom BAp' bbjlo September M lncluslva. ginning neat year the opea ssasnn ea ■qutnMsrwlU be frssn .*VsaT-**t *» to September SA Under tb* did law thai season,*-** from Saptotaber 15 to Ooto- tM.iAt\ _f*F*_i'iwZ • mMmi ' -**-Tfc* temperature reaek arsse at eae o'eloek this WANTED — FIVE TEAMS GRADE WORK M0NDAV>MOj ALSO WIU. BUY BOC. ~ MUST BE IN #IRST CLAMf rt9H» eHAM. Q. JMMWppI ' sat Jii^wP^sMgiti r. liafjT *ND HOME-MADE FASTERiaCTri SOl ARCH _ ANO MAIN STREET MARKET HOUSS. today Taft: ^TE 11 Saa apfirlstlnn yesterday gave aat, twe letter* written ky me to WU Hays on July Mth lasL Theee let- tore were peraonal aad runlHaBtaj aad were se plainly marked aad were published without tha knowledge er consent ot Mr. Bay* ar myself. I ash la falraess to Mr. Hays' and me at onee to give this tke earns publicity yea aat* tke letters. (Signed) "WM. H. TAFT.- . It should be said ttat tta Associated Frees was furnlahed tha letters referred to by aave wbo kad received copies of them and felt himself under ae obligation ta regard them as eoa* fldenttoL v ., ;r "ft-1 Mi MUCHJURRe East Liverpool. O., July SO—Mrs. Delia May Helt-Oraham-Perry, former East -Liverpool woman aew ia tte Jeffetsep Oounty Jail at Stoubea- vvllle: uhdereihdlotinent. for bigamy, after cohfeaalng tb having beea married eerea tlmaa, *a*l awaiting reduction of the bigamy todiotmeet to charge, is new. defend- ^&^S-na¥*¥. Birni Action againat her t#«W|S5to«8Wiea' the it :ln JusUce Heary Lawler's aeart at BteubSttvIIle,,.-NSiy 10.1910. ^^My^^i^S^rai^ba^^ ham ef Beet Llverppol, having married htoa April 8 1*10, la Justice John Bnrgsee' eourt..*?? s_\M" ■ --Torrf.-mlto alleges tha d*f*ndant toft him after oaa waah. taking with Bar a onrto aaaatlty of clothing and WWttS Mapt.**" aa)8 bat anew apa?V, HlWft - 80__SBMtatad >\sss to Tb*,R*vt*w Washington, D. C, July M.—Repub- esA.Hous*.leaders, after informal cob* ferenoe today with Senate leaders de- elded te begin the Hobs* fia*ss An* gust 2 and continue It to September a. S>*w~ senators objeeted to the pro- fram. It WB* tmm$ftZst$_f-$.* MARYS TO HOLD REUNION. - Noblasvllle, Ind- July M.—Anyon* visiting'a repnlon here August 14 aad calUng "Mar-f*' wOl b* sure to 8*8 a reapons*. He may kave many answers. The reunion la tke fifth annual meeting of tte Mary Association af .th* United rsfeteav^eomptwed entirely (jl women and sirls named Mary. 7 The Met Ms'stlBE waa ' held five years .awe aad waa attended ky about Wr*f s*arjfa,._ - Laat year ssors thaa 1,000 women Sf ttat name were pres- AmV ^P*08|8|il Buiiifitel^ttls year, - 3mWmMm&i>is1#t___t~ OM CHHTB8B LABOE. Tokio. Japan, Wednesday. July Stt— (Delayed).—The Japanese government aOS IB' studying tta question ef UtUnr the^an oe Chlness labor a policy favored by astay Japaneee, tbe foreign aMIea toM th* AssosHted Press today. ConaUeratlaa of thi* euaa-don tt was sstd. wa* delayed by' more pressing problems, but It ass pointed out ttat mini** peddlers now are allowed te enter the country wtth passports aad that_a number of Korean laborers ate Ml' ■BIKE OF HUM PI House WsyB and Means Committee Would Annul •% 1911 Act. %-#" VOTE TO REPEAL . SOFT DRINK TAX Lifting of War Levy on Fndt Juices Is Also Recommended. - vi' By Aasoclated Prsss to Th* Review Washington, D.- C, July 10—Repeal of the OkBadlan reciprocity eat of 1*11 araa reeoatmen-ded today by the House Ways and Means committee. .'Some Democrats Joined with tt* Republlcana ta voting fer repeal soetotod Frees received tte toUowkwt^4 •£»" ?£*£*t*g!£ -^Sf »d*y from ex-Preelde: ; J*u^'erre* ***Ala* «rthw •**••« Tte committee also voted to recom SapB tk* repeal ef tte 10 percent soft drink war tax. Though Balsas aaS —ttm was taken. Democratic members urged that all repeals be deferred until mesas fer replacing the loot reveaue waa found. Reduction of tte wall la I oa fruit juicee to two eeeOBS gallon, urged by weetora producers of grapes and loganberriea, also waa recommended. HEAT KILLS LITTLE BOY SuperladvoaS Cholera tiki Mas Weak Attar Being BADLY B ,^^^Blfc£w!aA, TBD LIB. Newton, F»Ua.-_^dy M^-A tf- months-eet child of Mr. itod Mrs.v'VWli Bsbs knderSon waa Severely burned to tt* mouth aad aboat th* mm by eating concentrated tare. The chlMa-eaatt- ttog la a high (Sttt and.aecured tt* lye while.ataws.aad .earey tMin<'1thB no ■ -MB ***** sautlissi^JL doctor waa called aad prompt action saved tt* child'* -*»^_X--JZ31E^E f| m_ or ^SCHOOk LYOUOSin OLjDAi tWr- AT THE NCW V AND TUESDAY. REDUCES iPrea* to ;The'H*vlewl . . MM., JBtar MU-Tbe State WMe ProhibtUoA federation's otQclal flgurs* glssa aul today Show that ar- rssto to Bebtmitw, mam earja £tm tt*jaam*aaat-aktf of *rdy -nAmt'_\B_f. hibition egelaat srresto of - tt* period laat yasn 8*1 Cholera Infantum, superindueaS by the heat. Is ascribed aa tke cause of death of Olen Vincent Roose, four- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Roose, of No. fSf' Weet Hai**, rtooa street The lad died Friday s_tt*rno»M StTstt Qrsttak at hto home. He wa* taken sick Thursday,. July 47 and tte beat to believe* te lave caused bis lllnsss. That afternoon ks was chaatof buttotniea aid b*- **■_* overheated. That eveBlhgbe •tt taken 1U knd M* oondlttoaV*a- tdlr.grew worse despite, tke efforts «fi-Sftr tfWelrtoiur.ta--J6V«ro«me bis s 11 iiisBsWJ~y~i"*rjVJj Tuji ht_?'t, _ >a ls'sarrt»aSjB,llB Stifajl* sad t little sister, Llllto. aged to montha. Funeral servtoee Will be held Monday morning at 10: tO o'clock from SL Joseph's Cattolle church. Friends ntay call at aay time Sunday to vtow tbe remains of th* bta. The funeral aill be private. palmer m mm Attorney Oeneral Repliee to Criticisms Leveled a* Him. By Sssoelsted Prsss to Th* Ravlsw Washington, D. C, July 30—Th* Saaato Judiciary committee today be- 8*a eonsideratlon ef tka mass of tea- tlmony taken during the lavestiga- tlon of the fltnees of Attorney Oeneral A. MItcheU Palmer to bold offloe. The nomination ef Mr. Palmer la held up ia the Senate pending the report of tte committee.' -The committee concluded its bear- toga yesterday after _mx. Palmar again had appeared before It aad completed bis denial ef all charges brought against him la connection With,; the conduct ef th*-office of4liea pttiperly euetodiaa, which ke held prior to betas aomlnated aa attor- ■ey general by President WUson. IPKpM 110 fnmtmrtt* Wives Brought *a Ltsar Ftam Velds. Rr Sssnebitel Press te TB* Ravtew Washington. D.' C, Ally M.—Senator Phelan Of California, today announced SB'TaBf submitted to the state Department information ke bad'received ehow tag ttat tt* Korea MSru a Japanese llasr, bed recently brought ISO "pio- tttf*", or proxy bride* to California tor husbands who bad never seen these. Other information submitted to tta department, the California Senator aald, showed th* anfval of a number of tbe "brides" at Seattle. Such tounlgra- tton. Senator Phelan aald, amount* to defeat to affect et the "gentlemen's JIW FINOS CHIN! FEUIGTMIT PAimiEfl ' 'J^^ffa^jwn i ' t__ Tokio, Japan, Wednesday, luly IS —(fielayed)—Keaklekl YoShlsawa, focmer councillor of tke Japaneee le- gauoa at Peking, left beta today far tka Shantung peninsula ta eoadnet a special, Investigation of conditions there preparatory to' negotiations with China for the return of Its sovereignty over tte territory controlled by Japea under the Oerman peaoe terms. Tka negotiations, officials indicated, would be initiated after ratification of tta peaee treaty by tbe party privy council which officials said th*y expected would take place before September li. Japanese officials SMI Japan M ready to Biake all enterprises la the^ Shantung including reilroada and" mines. Joint undertakings with the Chinese. Japan. It la said, had difficulty la Including China to discuss tte Shsn- taag questions. Failure of tta Chinese delegation at Paris, It Is *ald, te sign tkspsaiu treaty to proving to be a source of easbarrassmeaL MAIL SMJ-TTLED Pllote aad Bnrleeon's Assistant Clear tsp Misunderstanding. Br Associated Brass te The Review Washington, D. C, July ff AM nouncemeat was made tossy at tte Postofflce Department that tte first strike ot aviators In history bad been ssttled. Alter a co_>fe|onc» betweea .Seeond Assistant Postmaster Oeneral Praeger and a representative of the sir mail plane pilots tt waa said tbat the atrike waa tt* result of a islaandtrstsTiilIng ■ ' Six aviators whe fafasiJ yestsr- day to take tke air witt mall planes from New York far Waahlngtoa aad Bellefonte,,Fa., and from tte latter elty to Clevelaad have beea reinstated. It wa* announced. Tb*y were dismissed from tta service yesterday. Tbe two pilots, whoa* dismissal ted to th* strike, have not keen reinstated. AND SUGAR IS SCARCE, TOO a ___,,__- l __ Crew SM to Throw Ovseboard 8100,- 000 Worth to Bbaek Port. By Aasoclated pr*** te Th* Review Philadelphia, Pa., July 30—Tha erew of the steamship Sag Harbor had to threw overboard 1100,000 worth of eugar before th* ship was abls to reaek thto port today, tt struck a reef off Cuba while bound from Puerto Padre to Philadelphia. After the sugar bsd bean Jettisoned tta ship swung clear and continued aer voyage with pumps working day and night, _R___fflmwy*$p$!* e^g>W^sJAiotA -stAVK ON HBO Br_Xmo*tmt*t Preee te The Review Cleveland. O. July fj ■ Well planes from Cleveland Car Hew York .ead Chicago laft, ea achAiuie time this morning, r , w™_mctions Partly Cleady aad Oeeaaleaal Showers Darlag Early Part of Watt,.' By Aaaoelated Pre** te Th* Review Washington, D. C July M^—Weather condition* tor th* week beginning Monday-ares Okie Valley:—Warm aad smspt tor occaaioilal local thunderahower*. generally fair. Region of Great Lak**—Partly Cloudy Wtth occaaonal shower* and thunderstorms first half of week. Warm weather flrat half cf week, norma! temperature thereafter. -*5r-»' HUNDSiH- Rewbarrt aad Sbatt Sheas Mea Salt '$&_£■ Werk Over CeseMUeas. ■ jgbt By Aaaoclated Preas to Th*'Review . ■ Cleveland. O,. July I*.—Trafflo ea. tba Newburgh and South Shore Railroad which sarves almost *xcludv*ly. tha American Steel and Wlr* oompany plants, waa tied up this morning by a atrike ef WOiRalhi whtoh weal into effect early today. Tbe strikers to- dads engtneera, flrwnea and ether trainmen. Compaay official* say th* assn.demand that they ba given the jfrBSiJBfaJDCto*; jbjBntninttte* which Shall hav* sole power In dlraettoc work tag condition*. Railroad brotherhood officiate hare aaid they knew nothing of th* strike. LfcXH GOMMHTDSJH PERIL Take Si*bbM Watokea aa Skasoa. 1 "-DSAD- SOLMBB BBTORHS. MartettSL/X. July %t OnrpSllBl Frank ohMoaef!ttto dty. who eeriy tavth* ' a* sagSsd JtBted to aottonr audi r wnWrwas asayned KjfiHS hr to aad mother, has satmusd cook roiri*»VATE.family, maa *__m.'moe)Ajq£^' aatvam jet^e. *aW$»W±; laWy.. .. Jf^ DANCE TQHMtl-rT AT IWOKHILL. PARK. -KHMT8 ORCHESTRA. "' Mm 14 Injured As CdO. Trata Ovsrtnni* Soar Dntoa, ay. CtoclnnatS O* July tt.—engineer James Robsrtson and fireman Ruasel Bellow, both ot Covington, Ky, wasa •everely aeslded and othni sda* Injured asM 1* psassiigwa aei* hurt whsn th* engine aad one eoaeh ef th Cheeapeake and Ohio commuter train overturned about one mil* aa*t at Dayton, Ky, at •: M today. It to aaM tte engine wa* running fMefcwsrd. paUtog four coachto •ad Jumped tb* track, upsattlng and overturning the-first coach. The next two coaches were d*_* Us ii hut did aot apeet whll* tbe Mat eeeek rematoad ea tie trar-k. Tk*rs were about thirty negro workmen in th* flrat eeaah aad all et them weib moee er leas hurt. _____ SALESMAN WANTED. I4«« toss* aaaake lob aa^aM_____lk ttr aaaaVasan. Oat ah tkf____i___i_______iMr*'M____<tay '___U_Xi_i Box t, nee S m hi tin mm E STRIKE ENDS;40,000TO ST*BTT0 IRK ■nr_ Ships to Move This After- noon, Union Leader Announces. MEN GET INCREASE; NO "CLOSED SHOP." Labor Trouble Covering Past Three Weeks Comes to End. By Aasoclated Pre** te The Review K*w Yotti, M. Y, July It.—End of tfre atrike of 40,000 marine workers which has tied ap shipping In Atlantlo and gulf porta tor tka last three weeks was announced bere today ky Ouster Bt. Brown, general secretary of the International Seamen's Union who added ttat ships would be moving by this afternoon. The man. Secretary Bi-owb stated, wars "satisfied" with tta tanas of settlement which l8bfafl* an increase of |1( a month per awn for all except tb* eeal passer* who receive ar t#a increase. Latest lap arts from local unions all aver tbe country, ke ssid, ■bowed unanimty In favor ef waiving tta demands for an elsht hour day at aaa sad a "fclosed ahop" in order to and tt* strike. Tbe right ot the unions to bare their delegates pasted through tbe piers and allowed to go aboard tt* vessels of the American Stesmahlp Association waa also conceded by tts employer* wbo bad however, rejected aittb practicable the demands far tba eight hour day end "dosed shop." M attitude of tte employers wa* sustained by the United Stato*' Shipping Board la drawing up the term* ef aet- ei. COX ORDERS SWEEPING WWMU Of ICES OF FOOD IN EVER? COUNTY Chief Executive Directs Attorney General Price to Call Prosecuting Attorneys Together — Cox Cautions Against Delay—Governor Fears Crisis If Action Is Not Taken to Meet High Cost nf living—Fuel Also . to Be Probed. ' ' v v v *• v' ^v' Br Associated Prsss to The Review Cototsfaps. Ot, jfily t* Surssptoa Investigation ef feed prioes ta every oounty la Ohio ia lenusaied la a communication ssot by Oovernor Jems* K. Cox today to stato attorney Oeneral John O. Prtoe. Oread Jury tovee tlgatlona, Oovernor Cox state*, ahould be begun to som* eases withoat deter. The tatter reoommends that the Attorney Oeneral Immediately can a mast tog cf toeeauulliig' attorneys frees aB oountlee, BT communlceto Wtth them to wriUng tog—ting Immediate action. Attorney Oeneral Pris*. who bad several discussions Wtth tte Oovernor befor* th* latter** totur waa asat declared he wOl set ever facility of bis office et tte dtaBoesl ef tba ohtef executive Sad bounty proeecutora -. - Mm hee oaitad a meeting of proeecut- tog attorney* tor I o'clock atat Wednesday afternoon to tbe chamber ef the.Houee af Bsprsssntattoea lb oaae tariffrto'leek of co-operation ta tka oountlee tbe oUaf eaecuttve wffl grant authority tor tte calling af aa Inquiry by tbe greed Jury under atate auspioss, tke ewninnnloatlon PysssBt high price* tb* nialntaiaa,.B|*4 prMipltatlag a unl—s aettek. Ummss*ry "draette" taken tte situation wOl become ^es wena^aajd ymmX-t unrest will toon "e«-r35n uW*^ prae* __!_____!*____??*' ^^ a*s^ntonm^| ■ wvy* YANKS MARRY GERMAN GIRLS, JESp ND By Assoelated Pre** t* TB* Rarvte*'** Coblens. Germaay. Thuraday, Jaly AnflrlcTn so5|isrs and German glfla have been reeehtad at beadauarten from various parts af tke eeeupleS araa during tka laat few daye, but aa yet ne charges bare been fttaBJ against any of tte men as It la believed most of tte marriages were dae to mlsunderetandlng regarding tte aatiVfraternlMtion. regulation*. . A week betar* th* treaty waa slA* ed, several of tte chaplains through a misunderstanding InfArmed the soldiers that marriages were Permls- sable aa eoon ae tke OermanaWeeat* id tta 8*aee terms. Officers say tlmt a number ef marriagea took before this belief was corrected by a special order from headquarter* jtall- tag th* attonUon af officers aad m*n to tb* ,faet ttat ants tte United States rkUfled tka treaty Oermany aad America technically wars at war aaa! the regulation prohibiting fira- ternlsatlon wa* stUl In force. At head quartera It la aaM that even after tke United Statee ratified the treaty marriagea wltk Oerman girls will be gaaklbWeS by an army order, ladulrles continue to reach headquarters regarding marriagee, the applicants being referred to the Jadge advocate or to the civil affairs officers which Inveatigate all \ntn By Mexleana 14-Year-OId Amerioan fie Kidnapped B. Associated Pre** to Th* Review Washington, D. C, July 20.—Philip Thompson. 14-yearold eoa of John Weat Thompson, an American altlsea, was ^kidnapped from his father's ranch SO mllee Bom Mexico City, and to he- tag held by tte Mexican bandit* tor W00 pesos ransom, the Stato Department was advtoad today. Ursent reparations kave bssB'Biads to tte Mbk* lean government it waa announced. "MM" FIjIGHT. Sfc'_>**"' lal'sSlftrsss to Th* Review ^Augusta. Mala*. Jl^T*V--U*utaa- ant OtOdnel a. 8. Harts today resumed his flight titjA Martin bombing plane around the rial af tt* United JijB Tk* pton* rasa at. 11:18 a. m. on what wa* Intended to be a flight of 888 mllsa te Clevelaad. a llnglne trouble Saa delayed tte start tear hours. "-iT?*_^3Sa_25_KK wAjrno^Afn.niiBasaaa. ax* psaisNeao oa-tsARNasa sax- OR OHIMA CO, SsaRtWa. OMIO. jj^jjitrro a-a>in~-mimmW'A Ulab Orade NOTICE TO GROCERS OF ALLIANOS AND 8CBRIN0. RS- CSIVBD ONE CAR OF FANCY AF* FI.C8 AN0 Of» OAR OF FANCY INDIANA" WATERMELONS. PEO- FL.E8 PRODUCE OO, OORNER FRO*. 8FEQT AND LINDBN. . BEU. 8BS*Y, O. *V-WlC^-fc WW4 FSMNA ItsWTAURANT h_:-^^,T:t88r8raWii-iM_^* % BREAKPAST DINNER,.... W8FFS8V.... **•*••a **•• • • **♦• •#W*8 ••>'••>• -school D*vsr ;M_tmE new LYRIC JWlitDAY ^MD VtfBkQ^iVV . las Mtf _a_afc fltw__M8_ IVt sTfjam asweaslj T**ag Westea loaea *8»—PeUce At* ntovestlgBtlBg Cas* at Akrea. _>bl SH O, July !«,—Police are Investigating a peculiar steer related to tbem tor a young woman named ABoe Brofner. who came to Akron recently. Miss Brofner told officers that*' engagad ABjMn ta th* T. W. C. A, on reaching tb* etty and, ap she was vsry ttosd Asa bar Journey, laid down to ■Seep. ^Lp "Wh*n I awoka** said Miss Brofner. *T hbd a peculiar .fssitog a* though I had h**n doped. Thaa I ajsscrsssfl tbat tts waa missing nam within my waist.' Polios bsUev* that tte robb*rr,' it tbsr* w*b oae, may bar* been Commit tod by 4 kleptomania*. rids to the flrat robbery to be rt-iiortod to tt* xYW, IX ■ FSUS RELAX OFFEKSITB AOAIHST THB UKRAIiaARS By-Associated press to Th* Ravtew Vteaaa. Austria. Thursday, July 14. —Delayed).—Tb* Pole* appear to be ceasing tbelr offensive against the Dk« ralnian*. The latter are uStog aB thalr strength against Kiev. .Intending, if suooeasfUl against the Bolsheviki-there *e return and contest Polish padfica- tlen ef esaSarn Oalicia. The Rumanian* declare ttebr'arttl- itary,i-i; stopping the Hungarian advance but " upon pollcle* of oold storage Institution* osylng: ■ **The7*v_l m*ma to be rooted largely ta the concerted policy of cold storage Institutions. Designed originally to uouswve th* neceaaitlea of life, tbelr purposs* bars been distorted and to too many tnetenoea, they are conducted tor th* preservation of price* that can- hot be defended. Th* taw of supply Bad demand whloh has been a ruling factor throughout the yeara bas been well-nigh. If not completely destroyed". A concrete example of tbe restrictions whloh are placed upon auppoeed open market* te given In the ea** of tta sallk aupply of Cleveland, wHlch it to stated .was uncovered during war tins* investigation* by to* federal toed admlnlatration and th* Governor's war cabins t. '•*• targs excess milk supply to Clevelaad during summer months, the communication Bays, Is not permitted to reeek tke market and lessen the coet libtt of tt Is canned and a part ot tb* cream planed to cold Btorags later to be t-atosd wtth skimmBk to glv* it tt* rseutoad amount of butter tat. In thl* akd athsr ettlec where a minimum of 4 air Mat tola Is required, milk is subjected to a teat BM exoess cream as- " to be peaaed later to the aklm 4 . Thf'tm situation Is itao touched i JM Oovernor who statee that (Continued on Pago IA) Attorn Generd joins Cox % igi\t AgoifUt Profiteers ■■&' i'mf'^M] thtAttmrnar and sesb anllna m salaaBS aa stay be possible under tke law* at Ohio to correct Jt and. proaeoate those waa may be responsible for any acta to riolatto_Hi@|^|tt^>r 4, . This statement was made at ***** ar 'AttMBsji ;«en»rat Joka Mee ef iffiWl Ooreraor Oexa ilieve agalaat fi Slassa Tka- statement follows "Tbe food situation in Ohio and/ alsewhsse througnaut tha eoeatiry has resnhed an atafailBg stage and oondl* ttoaa ara intolerable. Tbe aituatlon M» believed to ba In- a latRa measure purely artificial aad results to tte unreasonably high'Prices of today. The rul* ol supply and demand kas eeeeed to-be a faster In tb* fixing of food prices, tor It la alleged on an sidaa ttat warehouse*, freU*t house* aad atorag* plant*, botk under private BBS government contrqi ere .bulging with food producta, yet prleea eoa* ttoaa to soar.' "'•-_**?• *'rVf -•> i_t 'Already JnMMtigattoas wklck have n| set ender way-throughout the country bav* d**nirM__a jj*^t«j-*-.*;f-i,) oondltlon . showing epeclfie jtortsiiiiss Of larg* quantitis* of food which kav*' allowed to ret end tta people denied the right to buy the eeaae at tBo*riBto-.aaart arlll/ka P*t by tte Attorney Oeaeral of to' illsiMif-eFiw'Sfl aa.poaslble tbe At the present condition, and each action-will be taken aa may ba ptoUble under tke laws of Okie to correct a end prosecute those who may be responsible tor aay acts in violation of the'law. For some time preparation for aa investigation has been underway to this office and Jt Saa been urged and is expected tkdt •very county in th* atate through-Its prosecuting attorney wfll be represented, at the meeting which the'Attorney general has called far nett Wedneaday, July 80, to the ohamber of tte Mouse of Representatives in Columbus. , "Every pow**, and Influence of the attorney general wfll he exerted to tbe utmost to remedy atate conditions, and to do-operate wlfh the attorney generals of ether states end tk* federal authorities ta reaching tat asanas af tta preeent trouble ead jMatiaJl88 the pernicious Influences whtoh are contributing eo much to tbe unrest ef tha people by reason of tbe high prices^ whtoh prevail end which In maay la- stances are working great hardships. "Tk* co-operation ot the dtlaens af Ohio la solicited by. tte attorney sea- em! and it la hoped tbat mattota hopeful .ta tta toreatUsiliiii wfll 88 brought te his ■Attention." 1 BROKER liEG CAUSES 8UI0IDE. By Associated Frees to The Review. -. Dayton, O, July 26.—Despondent ever tbe toot that be broke hto ,M« a month aaa end could not work, Albert Anderson, *R sign painter, committed suteld* hr slashing hi* - throat wtth « rasor ea a davenport ta hla home Frt- idagr atoht. The body was aat touad until, this SBsratns- ____ OOSRSL TENT MEETING NOR ffl MECHANIC ' BEGINS SUNDAY. HAY FOR SALE -ANTRAM PARK ALLOTMENT. BEE OWNER AT AXX&meXZa CORNER ROOKHILL ANO^STATE, S F. M, TOMORROW. WA*TTED NS CARS MAT. Sa illy kay. Phoa* ito.- SL y. Mooaa, goiaeworth. Qhto. FOOD lin RELAX OsM Statea* iBvestigatar Betar Bp Asswetatad Press _ott* RsvtaW ClnclnnaU, O. Jtaly >*>—Th* Jury wblpb has been Investigating lb* oausea-'for tt* high oost of living and which uncovered sensational- tact* -concerning the hoarding of foodstuffs ta oold storage houses had aa oft day today and will uot take up tta InvesUga tion unta Monday. The proaocutors - office' was: highly elated tatty wben the news that Governor Oen had issuod e>*tatsas*nt on the. subject and was sjtoea to them and th*-prosecutor to hopeful -ttat -some can be found to Yaaeh Use** who now technlcall7 within the taw al- iBtokBBwa to-b* oonjtribuHng factors toward the high oost *f- living, through tt* msnner 'lnjghieh they has* Bead th* eold HIGH TEMPERATURE A decided rise la temperature has taken place to tke Ohio valley aad Lower Lata region during tte past Si bout*. Friday morning at 8 o'clock tke temperature was 62 degrees while at th* same hour this morning it wae 71 degrees or tke second warmest momlnd of the year. The indications are not favorabl* tar any general rain but the exceeelve beat amy develop local ratae and thunder atonaa. :i OHIO TO HAVE ARTILLERY. ' Columbus, O, July M/—Colenel H. tl il^._ia mandedsthe llllli tmtUl Arifltary la Fraaoe, baa beea named by'Adjutant Oeaeral layton to organise an.addltlonal battalion of ar- tfltory aad a lagiment fer tbe Ohio National OaaM. TOLEDO TRIBS 10 RBTAIS STRBBT CAR SBaVICS. Br Jassstaua Preee to Th* Review Toteaa, O. July If —FImI dseteiona wa* ttaia lato-yeaterday to avert the tnreSdaaad ramoval of eoast care from tbe SUSsto efTotodo whs* buainsss ln- terseto adrsad upon a form of petition which wilt be drouiated fer a «pecjal eicd'en to repeal tte'8Ry*s ouster or- dlnaaeac Under tbe ordinance whloh to to tBka effect Mr SO, th* Toledo RaOwsBB and Light company ta er* dared to rseaov* *ll of Me cera because -of- a recent advance ta fare* TWO QHIOAN8 DECORATED) Washington; IX*c" JtOy M.---Oen* oral Partblng todey reported tte following Distinguished Serrice Cross awards—Sergeant* Oraat ajJndsay, Laneaetar, Ohio; Nonaen iii^a*V..liyo. -__att:; FOR 8AUU»**B7S DODOB I -BUT RUN ONLY MOO MILE8, 1ST BR? RUN ONUY MOB I SFOTLIQHT.B OOOO TIRES. RUNS AND LOOKS LIKE NEW. OALL O. a. son OAYa sns Sundays and --■'e\a)nwe.\fiTi!5m fJk-Jr_i_^mi SPEED* SA EY1 _a-oa5a*8*fcii aTaR^.AKWS eOwUBBSCPf. *m POAUOBj MONDAY. WEDNESDAY SOW sXtVROAY MviHTS AT ROOK* MILL FARK. KINO'S ORCHESTRA. BUIiOABS aaACM MBUIU.T. By Aaasetatea Prse* to Th* Bevlew Pasta Flaaas. July SA-—The. toa, peaee delegation arrived st tbe i_y- oaa-,atatioa at a-e*eloclf thto morning ^ircre^ received by Colonel 'il*. A eaoortedla 1 Madrid at Meanly. to' -rom ) SALE — ONE 1818 TOURINO CAR; ONE 1818 HUDSON 8UPER.8IX. CENTRAL MOTOR em^fiAX, AwroijMji jFwiiiistoT. phones a a sobs, bell oa'■*.*? 1 . FOR SALE -1918 FORD TOURINO CAR. A8 OOOD A8 NEW. - WILL •MfVV-^rt^t_SmamAM^W9M-lsr-%Ve-- aaaw. oambridoe after ties n? IFOR SALE—1817 FORD.TOURINO OHe_P~ HBIT8MA»ro CLOTHINO, federal PRoouora NUF-saa M
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-07-26|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||July 26, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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