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sfifs: i 'fjjjkf make gdvartittaf *****" YOU, take quick adrantage of ad- *#«rtise-l offerings that appeal to **S yoB. kaaaim T NCIEEYI1WN ===== AND LEADER ■**£ THE WEATHER. Bahr tonlghtf Sunday talrt warmer ta w**t porUoa. Barometer M.50 Indicating tatart Maiperatare 68 at 10 a. ».; ireneralty ressr rS VOL. XXXL, NO. S07. TWELVE PAGES. ALUANCE, OHIO, SATURDAY, AKGUST 2, <m TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. Bl KUN OUT I Communist Leader Resigns, says Phone Report From Budapest SOCIALIST REGIME IS NOW m CHARGE s. New Government Says It WiH Try to Preserve Order. By Aaaoclated Br set TO The Bevlew Vtanaa. Audita, Friday, Aug., *u— Bela Kaa. tha Hungarian communist. dictator haa resigned end Mea succeed* ad hg A aadalist government, aorordlng M a telephone mes-Me from Budapest. (i Oa receipt jtt news from tM front that *_Tli*-****1 consternation In Budapest, Xba at-a meeting ef tM soviet eedal- laM'hseame pale of face and with hla hack to tM waU declared: ■ -• . "Vsry well, if you demand it, I must resign I made tM best fight I could". •Captain Thomaa C Qomorr, tM United States food admlnistAlcr In thM regton, ta credited with a larg* 'Share In Hie hastenlrs of Bela Kan's retirement V Captain Gregory arranged tonight for good relief for Budapest. HO I* bringing ap supplies from Uw Banal region and alio sending tbem down tbe Danube from Austria. The peace overtures were made by Jaodb Wdtnhr, president of the Sol- tUsra and Workers Soviet of Hungary. Arriving in Vienna from. Budapest, Barr Wdtnpr asked Colonel Cunnlng- baa_> the leading representative of tM AiliM'ht Vienna, aad tM other Allied officials here, to recognise tM MP government and to treat for peace. 'tba a*w Hungarian cabinet ta pre- elded ovor by Jules Peldll, who waa formerly minister of the people's welter*. In tb* Count Karolyi cabinet. The cabinet contains provlslonslly many meata**** of tb* former BeU Kun mln- Tlie mw cabinet is,made up as follows! 'Jt_' if tiaailll Jules Peldll: MlnlsMP ot Foreign Affairs. Peter Agoston; Mint* ter of War, Joeeph Haubrlch; Minis. ter of Justice, Paul Qoraml; Minister of Welfare, Alexander Oarbal; Minister of Commerce, M. Dovohak; Minister of .Education. Stephen Ssato; Mln- . ister of Home Affairs/ Karl Payer; Minister of Finance, ioeeph Mtsklcs; •' Mhttstsr * of Food. M /Krtttdholfar, _ .Premier PsWll to isid by thoM wtio Maw limj td bt j*. courageous man of aUbma haMta... H« ha**»t>een a typographer an »<*dt<)r aaa a model worker. .Minister of War Haubrleh, formally Magi liMtaafTaPWf 'BMi Budaped and is reputed to M aa antl-communlet. Minister of Juattoe Oaraml and B9n- Mb-i tf" jbliaalMg Biiil^ i were in the Karolyi cabinet. Persona In touch Wltb the situation In Budapest aald it Ml thalr understanding that tM membera of tM Kun ministry holding over under tM rsoon- atructiort war* doing go in order to tave thsnrgslvea ,and their supporter* aad tbey probably would aot remain In of - floe long. s^.-** Br Aseocleted Prise to The Bartow , Copenhagen, Denmark, Friday. Aug-, 1 Adlspstoh from Bu dap aai today an- naaaead that.a purely ooclaltaHo gov- ernment haa been termed under the leadership ot Herr Peldll. TM new gevsmatont ha* Issued a manifesto, tM advtoee add, deelaring that tta chief task wtll M to pussrvs taltansttaaal talsT and enter into negotiations wtth the entente. ___P&^- By Associated Press to Th* Bartow ' MMdOn, Epgland. Aug, br—A dto- BStoh to tM Exchange Telegraph com- pany tar Copenhagen says tt ta otB- OtaUr Mgmlil from Budspsat that the government of Bela Kun Ma ta*_fe-_dd_j TM trans* Batons bars formed a social • tat government. Ufa dispatch adds. Affiance Rmlreed Shopmen / Bid Not Go Out on Strike Local Employes Wfll Wait for Decision of Railroad Director General Hines—Middle West uA Southeast Hands Are Oat AUlance shopmen employed at tha Pennsylvania railroad - ahopa aad roundhouse did not go oat ea strike, according to information obtained today* A notice wm posted at the ahopa and roundhouse yeeterday Umt Rail- read Director - Oeneral Walker D. Hines wm 'considering tho demands msde by tbe shopmen aU aver tM country sad would reach a decision soon M to increases tn pay. TM notice, whieh wm signed by Director Oeneral Hines, Mked the men to remain at work snd they agreed tb da m. There is no* talk of a strike .here, so far M could M learned Saturday. New Yorkv Central men here did not go out, either. By Assoclatsd Prsto to The Bevtotr Chicago, HI., Aug. J.—Local leaders ef the Federated RaUway Shopmen's union today predicted tbat the strike whioh started yesterday would apraad sad become tbe nation-wide movement that It wm expected to he whea it wm called. BSprly today the atrike wm foi* the moat part confined ta polnta in tbe middle weet and southeast, wtth aome craftsmen aat at aetata outside thoM generally described sections. In the middle WMt chiefly itt the Chicago dlatrlet, some 10,000 gpttj were reported out. Pitt allk* number lh th* aouth snd seatheMt sections. They dUfff"1 a wsgs increase from Um preeent acale ef It eenta an hour to SI eenta with 60 cents an hoar for helper*,, pad that the increase M et- tactive trom January 1, IMS. "Every railroad system in the country will M affected by night,- Aba D. Saunders, aecretary ot the council directing the Chicago atrike altuation. aald. "The-atrike was ordered m a protmt _r*_\ thm many delays In meeting oar demands. "Negotiations in Waahlngtoa bars boon without avail. We wUl mate a clean sweep of every road In the country.- • » - It Is asserted the men oa atrike acted agalast tM Instructions ot the International offloera whb ars ia eon- ferenM in Washington with railroad administration officials aad who are esBeetsd to settle tb* strike, under an agreement that had already boas reaabed Mtween Director Oeneral Hlaee aad the union representative*. By Assoclatsd Prsss to Ths Review ■- Dm Moines, Ia* Aug. I.—Approximately seven hundred railway ehopmen ta tM Booh Island yards at Valley Junction, aear here, weat ea strike today la response te the caU for a nation-wide atrike. By Associated Press to TM Boris** Decatur, BL, Aug; t.—-Att ehopmen at tba Wabash ahopa went on stalks bere thM morning.. to Is -"*f*n*__T**l tMt Mtweea LM0 and 1,500 maa are out Rep. Sims Says It Would Help Solve H, C L. Problem. EMBODIES PLM* OF FOUR BROTHERHOODS Rep. Fitzgerald Would Increase Pay of Government Employes. By Associated Prsss to The Bevtew Vienna, Austria. ABB. A—Overtures lar piass wltb tM IBs km Mm Staff by ths mw oqntaHd government of* -Buaa-ary/*£*Bh haa Maa art ap ta auooaaaiuii to the Bala .ataa regime, Bala Kaa, wM resigned hia virtual dictatorship, bas Mea furalahed a aato oondu*4*V tMAlUee and ta expeoted to Bweta. ' j^*t_C^v"5!""**_oi_ By Aaaeetatad Pi sss te The Bevlew Vienna; Austria; Thuraday, July 11, —Tba rsatanatioa of Beta Kun ttt the Hungarian government wm effei ed thta afternoon. Hto retirement taa precipitated by tM Roumanian aae- •atoaa along tM river Thelse aad tM toot* ef tM Hungarian red army. TM overturn of the Bela Kun l jStaa at Budapest baa Men Impending tar soma time. Tba peace conference, M tt made dear taa ranaat statement, had found tt impossible to deal with haa becauM of hto tenure to keep armtattoa agrismMM. tifcanlMetBto garded hla rata m aot truly represent- attaa et the Hungarian people. ThoM tacts led tha peace conference, through ita piMldeat, premier Clemenoeau, to . lasae ga' appeal July SI tb tta Hfin- lartan people to substitute ifihr gov* Masaeat for that of Bela _*% polnt- tag eat that tM lifting of Sta block- Otm. economic reconstruction aad tha Ranting of peace to-Hangar* could sgly M brought shout **wiO_ a government which represents Um Hungarian |*Bto snd not with eae that rests its hdtborUy upon larrortom." The mill* MV'gMaattoa in Hungary worked In tfWi the desires of the AUtes ta SE tog&Ma Sun's retirement, m tM at* by tta Bed army oq lbe i rocenUy, apparently ta aa by Bela Kaa to cut hla wsy Jh and get lata touch with the SjmA\tom\\tim**_mKmy^ tigia getebt for hta Bed army. dent mm Ps nor ta TraasaUsslea et Dispatch Lad Us Aastrtaa Beater. By Aseoelated frame to Tna Hsvlew Berne, BWlUarland. Aug. ts—.An- nounosment ot tM Impending resignation of tM Austrian ministry received Mn taom VlMaa;Jhurartay wmjar- roneous. It has developed. A If-***1'' in the transmlsstoa ot tbe dispatch from Vienna wm responsible. Ths mss- ■ace originated to Belgrade, B appears, and referred to tM Berbo-Croatton ministry. Thi dispatchreferred to tn the foregoing was received In Berne from Vienna July IV|t s-nteeTthat Om _m. trlan cabinet had decided to r**itn. A simitar message reaching London via Berne said It had been asnll-offl- claUy announoed that tM cabinet reached the aiolsfna to resign at a meeting hcMTaoooar, JEWS I MASSTCflED Basatoa Satdlaw tons l&ay gl Ml III lin Brass t?TM' BJajtata. London, BniarS_*m___oi_*l flclal advloeahave begi.iaoelved Mi** General Oisgoripilfa troopa Wbtabar* occupying Odessa, surrounded tM *•***- lsh Quarter and begaa a mssseiTr which lasted three daya aad nigfcta. . Russian eoldiere Of Qregortoffe command, it la stated, carried oal tM mas- aacre. CM Jeer* cf Dkreine and Bessarabia Mvo proclaisaed a mourning period of, 1* daya. rOOD rBOFITBEBfl BBIBO ava down or mibtmbb. By Associated Press to The MvrUw Baltimore, Md, Aug., -L—Maryland and Baltimore pubUo ofldala today began to tab* aotlv* atop* to prosecute AttorUy General BttObta wm laterds Mto M me oold storage provision.» Ms bellevea ttto win result la tte public refusing to pay top prleea tor cold storage products, WhUe ia turn tta imprisonment of fining Of psisuag who sell eSBB storage goods ta violation ot tte law wlU aM tM situation. ■%._ TM.grand Jury of Balttaaor* City to* day took up the question of prosecuting profiteers and a eub-commlttee was appelated to get to work immedlitely. OBBXABV MOBIBIBS CBBMB8HIP. By Assoelated Ptaaa V* TM KstISW Weimar, Germany. Friday. mmt%s,f_ Mathtaa "fasberger, vice premier aad minister ta finance, Ma laeasd h rale that tte censorship shell only M ap- ■fiM. ta oocaaional letters picked a* random. Thto Ma been dedded apaa ta order to taanitat* the deUMry of buslnees tottore going abroad. AB aoaal lettere may hereafter M Mtora --AUUBg and few wlU M __ Registered letters and packages WiU stit-Mosa BELL BOOSTS RATES Central TJalea TelephoM Cetapsay la- creases Cost of Ito barr lee. By Asaenlstsg Press to TM Bevlew .Columbus, On Aug, I.—The Central Unloa Telephone oompany today flled with Btate Publlo UUUtlee Commission new rate echedulee effective September 1, which provide in aome Instances for material increases evea above ON ratee established by tM Postmaster General. Mew schedules were filed for 23 different exchanges. . Ttot new schedule for Toungstown ta IM a year twt one party business lines. If I toe two party basin sss aad .1*1 am Individual residence. TM naw Akron. •■lag- sag STS tar oaa party business, 1*0 tar two party buMnasa and fta tor IndSmtaal resldenoe. MsFToungstown Increase tar ea* party hU-dness ta Ml g year ovei tte oM rates ta effect MevembtaJ. 1IM. HI. a year ■ eiti thm rates. IT.or two party business 111 Increase la Phonsa,tta the old'rates, residence ncreaee ,andlt Clnb e*9fme* Olocke wttl giro ea ■Mta?. August I, at their mftomnmm SL B.. Wtatt ttr WMk Byss. blbotiob ooAunoaa. By Associated Press ta TM Bevtow Paris, France. Aug. Iw—Negotiations which hav* mm amp. *» I_> asss* time for -a eoaUtlon of th* atodsrate poUtical partta* of Prat_ee ta tte earning elections against both tte royalists and tte wet. eeetaltata ass reported ea good authority ta M making Mad-, way and likely ta auooeed. TM fundamental point In the combination gtato tana wm M "neither reaction aor revolution." ..:.'_SS_____. his decision to atop tto PM cuter atatad that M bad Ovar tte Burleson No iSeAaas aaa mad* fe Springfield, or ABtance. Meet** of tto tlied were tor- amaU aa> 0haag**t a* IncrSaaae Ming abown. TM new ratee win become effective ea September 1, and cannot M changed except an tte filing cf formal eom- ptatate mm mt nuflttaa onpunhf*afc poles mm Asssaass Saeeees Over B'oralataaa— Ataa ta KameaettrJ _, Bf Aasoclated Preee to The Bevlew Vienna, Austria, Friday, Aug. t—- TM Polee announce a continuance of thetr victorious march against tta Ukrainians. They ara crossing tta Zbrucs river at fsgtaiia points. (It should M noted thM tta Polee were given authority bp tte peaee conferenoe to precesd only to tte Zbrucs). The Polish army's objective la aaM to M Baunenets, Po- dolla, which is tts capital of General Simon PaUura, tte Ukrainian leader. It M predicted here that tM Ukrainians are Spring tt* final ohap- ter of thetr etruggle for Independence, bat according to tte Ukralnlana. sueh a view presupposes a settlement of the enure Russian question without their consent. Tbey declare. that thay, UM the Serto will oontlag Jo Ught Indef- to-ttar, _ <■*&& OBABP .CTBiiurr.ihi.0Ba ee CLOSB TOBAT AT;CODUMBUS. By Associated Preee to TM Bevtow - Columbus, O. Aug« 1--TM Beak's grand circuit raolng hara wm end thia afternoon whoa a program of thre* events wm M offered on get away day. TM llll trot, tto Ml pane, and tte fOg treto, em ea tta card. TM tttt pom promtase to he oao of tte most bitterly fought Of tba week, hawing Un. RaasU Bay. hStom T, aaaotter fleet aaM M,atartaM. Tha horses wm M shlppeg trom MM to Cleveland for tte Momm'Setj/m. ttmmMtm aaat week. •BBHCB STi BXBCUTBBi '_** BpdSMSlalsS Ptma to The Bevtow Parta Wnma_Aug. 2.—(Havas Agen- t_y>—taarechalbta Login JDe Brabant ta death tor having main tataad retotiona with tM chief of tto ITU Barcelona during tb* war waa shot thta mt~ •15 FAIR AND SHOWERS. * * WMhlngtoB,J*).C-.Ang.».—(By • • Baas basbbjlu. pools, m 8P^»^^*fc5:6 on ritr'todafhS-w-r--^^ _• m *-**mmm ft^-wei*: 4. - —MonelM • • er conditions tar tbe week be-.. -, ginning Aagast I are • > OMo VsUey aad Tennessee ■ • * > Bulla at Cweat -Cakes: Wen- * > ttaa ttat unless tte. ped, he would oaU A grand Bury to inveaUgatotbeb- aaeration f' \\smutSrteAmr tmm dlsoontlnM the la B**t " SeptemMr 1. Itll. Aay plotuiM flalahed Stata tha ptataa we haaa, sen gal thsss. Hum km your order soon before tba destroyed.. Alban Taylor, Ohto. STENOORAPMBRi DICTATION EXCLUSIVELY. MUSt_**^i«|£!h ENCSD ANU ABLE TO- TAR* AND] TRANSCRIBE NOTBS RAKIDLV. OPOD WAOfiS. BOX S. S. S, OARB RBYiaw. - _H_ HUNTER FOR MAYOR. W______*-___4_______L -sWOmajaemteeai mm **p**b**pb*********b < • aatature near asaaMa* general-• t t ttt Stat although ef-ftttlonal local • , • i ftaiiilii showera are probable ■ • . tto SrM half of weak. I ^*^*e^.»<ll>*<%l}f'i!i,»'' I t MAVB OiaSMBD A OROCBRV AND MB AT MABKBT AT ftS wAuaH st. o. a. ain. a. m. tv- SRRTa Tl^lBl POR BALE—FRUIT FARM OF Sb ACRES AT A BARGAIN IF BOLD BOON. INQUIRE TOM HOFPEg. 8CCONO PLACE SOUTH OF BSBCH RAT MORRIS* DUALITY BRBAD AND-HOME-MADe PAgTERIES. Th BO, ARCH AND MAIN BTRSRT MARKBT HOUSS. - FEDERAL PRODUCTS. NUF BEta By Associated Press to The Bevlew Waahington, D. O. Aug. I_—Government ownership of tM railroads Is proposed In a bill Introduced today by Representative Sims. Democrat, Tennessee. TM measure embodies the plan which has been endorsed by tM four .brotherhoods and tte American Federa- I tion of Labor and whloh waa presented to congressional committees recently by Glenn EL Plumb. Xa a statement accompanying the measure, Representative Sims aald Ba enactment would "establish harmony between tte public lntereet, tta wage earner aad capital" and would ta a long step toward solving tM high ooat of living problem by lowering transportation chargaa Under the bin operating control of tM railroads would M vested In a dl- -ctortte of fifteen, fire appointed by the Prealdent, five by operating offl- olals aad five by employes. Holders of four1 percent tends whtoh the government would Issue for tte purchase of the lines and tte employers would share equally ta earnings of tte roads. Representative Fltagerald, of Massachusetts, called at tte White Hoaae today to advocate Increased wages for all government employe* "In view of the President's stand regarding Increases Ser railroad employes," said ata. Fttsgerald, "something should M done tar all Masses of government employes, ntany of whom are notoriously under-paid." * ^ STflEjMHBE wm Aai With Stato la Batten ta ■ Health Vbdar Btahes Aet Canton. O. Aug, I.—Stark-county after August IS. wffl M aaked ..bs* the atata to organise a health department under terms of tM Hughes act;-: gBliiS becomes effective on ttat data aad provides for health administration through out tto stato by oounty units exclusive of —tme ot tt* ts.ooo poputaticp class aa determined by'tM Mt* federal oen* sag * * «• 'S'*.! This means that tta oounty wm ca- aretae health Jurisdiction'over ell territory within Its boundaries except the dty of Canton which wm Mvo ita aaa department becauee B exceed* the 26,- 000 population figure. Pneecutor Walts* S. Buff wffl M requested aftor Aqguat 1* to call a meeting of the mayors of Maeslllon end Alliance, tM mayors of sU villages and tM president of If townships for discussion of a central health administration organisation an outline ta which iwffl M forwsrdsd ta him by tM atata health department. UKnifT Minister ef Mariae Bays Fraaoe Must Retain Streag Fleet By Assoclatsd Preee to The Review Paris, Frenoe, Aug. A—Tbs committee ef tta Chamber ot Deputies, which pt a vote of M to 1 yesterday recommended to th* Chamber tost tta Oerman ptaaa treaty M ratified, listened to Georges. Leygues, minister ■ asa- rine. TM minister stated tbat tt* ef- tarta of tte government tended toward tte recovery of tte entire tonnage tort by tM French during tge war and alao tM tontag* which the government had IpHHTranalda to construct ta tM aame period. _____ Attar recalling tte magnificent tola played hy tte French navy during tte War and especially In tto Medlteran- nsan, the minister aaM France oould aet Stool ***"glnff or tbg United States, but must have a (tart assuring her naval position. Tto commission unanimously recognised ttat the peace treaty meant tta disappearance of the Oerman fleet. LICKINa COUNTY RETAINS■'_____ LEAD IN SALES OF STAMPS. Bp iMsatatsd Praaa to The Bevtow f Newark. O- Aug. A' flash sates of war Mviags stamps la Licking county thta WMk exoeed aixty thousand dot. tars. Lioklng is teedtag in tta statewide raoo of tte victory shaft and Newark auU carrier, JamM Cooper, bas MM more war Mviags stamps than sap oae ef tte utlSTlsiiiliiil thousand maU earrlera of tta United Statee. The shaft contest end* September 1st. CBBTmclTES FOB WBUBDBB. By Aseoelated Preaa to The Revlsw. < Washington. D. CL, Aug, L—-A apecial eertincato to M Issued to soldiers wounded in tno war with Germany baa [been, an] ed by tto War Department. tt ton bear at tt* teg tto legend "Columbia gives to Mr saaa tM accolade of tto new chivalry of humanity**, and below tto name teak aad unit of tte aait ct tto courier ead tto action la which to wm wounded. £Oj rem sals .■ jut oooaa tour- INO CAR. NEW TIRRS AND EXTRAS. IH BEST CONDITION. WIU. BELL AT BAROAIN. OALL BELL sm-l or o. %/amt. .. g^U'^'OATALAMO wTtL OIVE TURKISH BATHS ,*fB-. «tPlM|tO PATRONS. 11 a UBBRTV AVB, ALLIANCE, OHIO. ____wi *Wm_*f THR MAY GET mmm, To See If Cold Storage Law of State Applies to Them. CLEVELAND WILL CONDUCT HEARINGS Consumers to Have Opportunity to Present Their Evidence. Columbua, - 0„ Aug. A—The "Big Five" ot the packing Industry of the country may be Investigated by Ohio food officials and required to report under Uw Ohio cold storage law. Thomaa C Gault, chief inspector of the dairy aad food division of the department of agriculture announced today to waa inveetlvaUng tte Ohio law to determine whether the big packers, doing an Interstate business, could M required to make reports under the Ohio tag. Heretofore, only Ohio Oold storage houses, doing business within tto stats, have Mea required to make reporta tp Oault'a department ot tM amount ot foodstuffs in storage. By Associated Prsss to The Review Cleveland, Ou Aug. A—Opportunity to tato up arms personally in tha dty, oounty and state battle against tte high oost of Uvlng wiU M afforded every Clevelandsr next week when the publlo wlU M Invited to attend a hearing at the olty hall on alleged profiteering ta the coat of food commodities at municipal marketa Representatives of Ave hundred stall users ta tto olty markets tove been summoned by publlo property director Waits to attend a meeting which wlU probably he aest Wednesday. They Mvo been ordered to submit their books aad records for aa examination by dty offlotala tar tta purpose of determining whether excessive prloss ara Ming charged at the municipal mar- keta. "Any Clevelander who desires to reg- ay complaints of exorbitant pulces at the markets will hm .welcomed M tto bearing and wUl to given tte opportunity to aM dty officials IB the Inquiry.** Waite aaM. IAD HfT BY MOTOR CUR Frwdoriok Hupp. Jr- le PalRtally Injured In AeeMeat at MarlMre. Frederick Hupp. Jr., gve, Mn of Mr. and Mra. Frederick Hupp, of Marlboro, waa struck by a Ford, motor oar, driven by John Swlokard, atoo of Marlboro, Saturday afternoon at one o'dock. Tbe accident occurred on the MarlMro road, in front of the Hupp home. Toung Hupp was patting a pet pony aad m tte Swlckard machine approached, he attempted to cro** tta road. Mr. Swlokard, it is aald, mad* a hard effort tb wait tto accident hat tte lad wed- struck by the right aide of tte machine. Ther motor ear plunged into a tno gad tte occupanta wore thrown out, but Bone hurt. M tar M could be learned. Tho automobile wm badly damaged. tta*. Santee. of Marlboro, and Oh. Polar ef Hew Baltimore, 'were summoned ta the Hupp home. Tha lad wm eonsdous, but blooding profusely taom tte nose aad ear, eae ear Ming badly laoerstad.. a,; WEATHERJOR JULY BeaeiitaMgniewa OfflclaUy st Millport 7-j5?^ BtaUoB. Interesting ate tto weather notations tar the month af July ae recorded by Observer Is. H. Copeland at tM U. 8. Weather station at Millport. The records tar tte month ahow mean temperature ot fl dsgi maximum temperature betas noted on tto 4th. ttl* ••.degrees wtth ailnlmnm or lowest temperature of 41 degrees. thta m both tt* lat wad llth of tto month. TM gnotast change ta tem- pajatUM In any oao day waa on Jui 1, tM image being 41 degrees. -Ito normal tsmpsrature tar July In tta bis tory of tte Millport station haa been Tl V. S. May Reduce Amount of Currency to Hit the H. C. L Senate -Banking Committee Inquires Into Efficiency of This Plan—House Abandons Recess to Attack High Prices of Necessities of Life. . i !n-.. By Assoclatsd Press to The Review Washington, D. C, Aug.. Ia—Efforts to aave the House recess for two weeto were blocked today by Representative ten, Democrat, Missouri, wto refused unanimous consent tor, consideration cf the recess resolution until tM House acted oa his measure proposing an investigation ot tM high coet ef ahoea. ByAssoclatsd Press to The Bevtow Washington, D. C.i hag. 1.—Without a record vote, tte Senate today adopted a, resolution requeat|M the Senate BeaSlbg oommlttMTo report whether legislation to 'reduce tto amount'of currency In circulation was advisable as a means of reducing the cMt of Uvlng. the resolution which WM sponsored by Senator Myers, Democrat, Montana, had been under debate for two daya. With thdr proposed five weeks' recess abandoned at the request of President WUson, who requested that they remain in session to consider a new labor crisis precipitated by the demands ot railroad employes for Increased wages, membera of the House today set about arranging plana to meet the unexpeded development. Although the formal request by the President wai ttat tte creation of a fcommluslon to determine all questions concerning the wagea 'of railway -*■- l_A__**.rA • mra M considered, it generally Is recognised ttat tbo real problem before the House wiU be ttat of tte high coat of Uvlng on which the claims fit tba raUway men are baaed aad a lowering of which would be expected to solve the situation. B waa expected that agreement would be reached today on a plan to permit membera to go tome under a thiae day continuous recess program, their preaence ta the Houm to be assured Shea tte administration plans tor lowering Uvlng cost* ar* presented, protobly late nest WMk. Tho rote to abandon the recess was not recorded and wm almost unanl- mous. Representattre Blanton, Tesaa, voiced the only opposition on tte floor and this wm aaa he said, to the faot tte raUway brotherhoods ar* trying to "bold up tte country for about tte seventh time." _ In hi* message to the House President Wilson suggested ttat K the commission a* proposed is created tto aet ahould make tho decisions of ttat body mandatory apoa tte rate making body aad'provide, when necessary, increased rates to cover any recommended increases in wages and the oust of operating tile railroads. Hla request wm a new atop la railroad legislation, f GERMAN HOME GUARDS HBE BEIHG ORGANIZED By Associated Press to Ths Review Coblenx. Oermany, Wednesday, July 10.—ttot Courier to Paris.)—The plan of Ouster Noeke, tta Oerman secretary for military affairs to retain tte home guards throughout Oermany by transferring them to tM dvll authorities and •eUtag tM guards "local police reserves','" ta going into effect, aooordlng to Information reaching the American army of occupation. In connection with -this procedure the Oerman newspapers em carrying advertisements which aay ttot recruits tor tto tome guards no longer are required to take sn oath,-to defend tba country against Invasion. , In Amerieaa circles, ltis said, that tto abolition cf thto pledge obviously to a result of Noske's new plan toe it some of the guarda #sre bound by suet) an oath ttoy would clearly to 'prohibited under the terms of Article lit, ot tte peace treaty. Jtt American army bulletin commenting oa tto change of tM guard to police reserves sty: , * "This to tte first confession ' ' ttat auch a pledge had been taken by the heme guarda. tt eonflrma suspicion that tto hoaae guards were Intended to be m grant reserve army aad justifies further suspicion of tto home guarda, under their new guise of dvll police re- 'oi NEW LIQUOR FIGHT TO Bfjip 01 By Associated Press to Ths Review ' Columbus, O., Aug. I.—A petition bearing tho signatures at 141,648 rot- era, asking the submission to . tbo Ohio electorate at the Boreraber eleo- Uon of a constitutional amendment repealing tbe state-wide prohibition amendment ahd re-estabUshlng tte Uquor Ucento system aad home rule local option, end defining intoxicating beverages aa those containing la excess ot 1.75 per coat alcohol, WM flled witt Secretory of State Smith today; by I,. H. Qibeou, manager of the Ohio Home Bale Asaodatioa. Tbe association tale yeeterday filed with tte secretary of state a peUUon lfe-***l *-m**i>'t**y*gt* ■gat-rtfi-taWr d*fla- iag a non-tatostoattag touerag* mm oae containing 2.75 per cent aloobol by volume, er lets. This petition had 144,000 signatures, or 18,000 more than necessary. .raw ■JKLEB 100 Homes of Stock Yard Workers Consumed In Chicago. THREE ARE MISSING; MAY HAVE PERISHED TEAMS WAMTBO. oau. o. Smtpm. %_\m auliawcb Yoa a ooau cq. Outtag at Club Schiller's Olocke perk next Sunday. Nee Savanna ear im stag,«.. mm AtaTm/mtmSr ■' Tto rainfall tor tto month aa abown by the record totaled ata Inatoa of thta SM Inches tailing eo July 11, thla an unusual rain, for this taottoa ot country*"The normal amount of rainfall tar July toa Men AM Inches. TM number of daya ia July upon which rata fan waa eight. The month had II clear daya aad 11 partly cloudy July 4 llll holds record tar hottest day tar a July ta tto history of tte Millport bursal) with • temperature of II oemreea, whUe July I, llll Ma t record tar tte oooleat July day In the station'* history, tto recorded temperature being II degress. __B_tf-mftttA with 7.M lnohee el rainfall Ms tte reoord tar a July la tM way ot wet web. OT while July 0( J»14 stands pmainen- tor lta drouth, tto ralnfaB ttot year being 1A1 lnchaaTa'.'. July of 111* had a mean temperature SKI I ignis with a maximum of M degrees sad a minimum qt IB degrees. The rainfall tor tto month wto Alt DANCE MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND SATUftDAY NIOHTS AT ROCKHILL PARK. KINO'S ORCHESTRA, IFOR SALE—ONE OF THE BEST AVAILABLE LOTS OM SOUTH UNION AVENUE. BAROAIN IF BOLD BOON. OALL BELL SSMbS. ML *,.«. -^m\mdB_? iifo:* tW,SfU. M. OFFICE: & a. SMS, *sm-X*smm7 _> AUTO ELECn. REFAIR __________ Try Sbarai-h Olaaeee. MMM 15 SUFFRAGE le 14th Stato to Ratify Federal Woman Suffrage Amendment. By Assoclatsd .Prsss to The Review Unooln, Neb, Aug. I.—Nebraska to- da-f* ratified the Federal Wonaa Suffrage amendment .whsa tte Houm by a vote of II to 0, pasaed a taint resolution Branding ratification. The Senate voted for ratification oa Thuraday ef ttto week. Nebraska is the fourteenth stata to ratify. BODBBB SBAFLABBS TO BB /. . SOLB CBBAP BT TBB BAYT Br Associated Prsss to Th. Revlsw Washington, D. O. Aug; I.—Sportsmen and buslnees concerns interested in aviation will be given aa opportunity to aopgise modern seaplanes at low prices when the/ Navy Department sella Sll machlnee At auction ta tto nee- future. Secretary Daniels Ma authorls ad tto aato of the seaplanes at publlo auction lie tto highest bidders . High speed machtnee cf large carry, taa capacity, wall adapted to commercial uae. wffl M taduded In the aale along witt taatar aad entailer machines. TWO STRIKERS KILLED. By Assoclatsd Prsss to The Bevtaw Berne, Swltserland. Aug. I.—-Two strikers were killed gad Ave seriously wounded at Basle yeeterday, during dlaturbanMa attending the great strata in that olty. Troopa. called apoa to put dowa demonstrations, were stoned by strikers aad arad a vollef Into ttolr Msailanta, causing tbs eae* ualUoe. ' BELGIUM GON. By Associated Press to Tto Bevlew Brussels Belgium, Friday. Aug. Is— The United_Statee la not the oaly prohibition country, Belgium having fol- towed'sult ao tar m whiskey, gin and other highly alooholto Uquors are concerned. Soon after tM armistice araa signed, a law waa paaasd forbidding the manufacture end sals of suoh tav- APPI_BTON HEADS CKIOH. Assoelated r tor Associated preee to The Revlsw Amsterdam, Holland, Friday, Aug. L —W. A. Appleton, secretary ef tto general federation of irsitse untoaa af Oraat Britain, wbo today waa dedted president of tte International Trade Union Federation, waa proposed for tto offloe by Waaiaal Oompers, Pred- dent of tte Amerieaa _FbdaaaUoa of Labor. Appleton waa chosen by 41 votes ae against 11 tar President Oudegeeat ef tto Dutch Labor Federattoa. ABBBST8 FOB IBTOXICATIOB DBOP FBOM SMI TO IM. Ry Aaaoclated Prsss to The Review Boston. Maes. Aug, •_—Records of the eeatrd municipal court, through which pew MProxli-jatdy oae fifth ot tM criminal oases of tto Stale, ehow ttat TM parsons war* arrested tar drunkenness Outtag July 1918, as ooaa- pared wtth l|M in July MIL Tto records, ahow' bosrevm, ttat tto number ot criminal eesaa ta again tecroaatag. AUCTION SALB HELD A+ ROCK- MILL PARK. FOR BALB ON AUG. 25. AUTOMOBILES, HORSBS, YOUNO CATTLE AND 19 FRE8H cows. *$_r_$£?i Tha making cf dcohdlo drinks ad almoat immediately but aot much attention was paid ta tto rule so far M tte selling of Uquor ia tto larger places waa concerned. Tbe authorltlee reoently confiscated big stocks the berg had on hand. While these stocks tod MM aold openly, ttoy are aaM to tove been fecrsffy acquired from eoldiere and smugglers. Ito largest hotels now are unable to stir up a single drink other thaa light wine far thirsty American aad British offlcere passing through tto dty. STRIKES NH1TZEH General labor Dtatarheaees An Be* . Btat From Maay Clttoa. By Associates Press to The Bevlew Basle, Switzerland, Friday, Aug, Xs~- (Havas Agency)—A strgta almost general ta II* scope, le In pros i ess hsre. Troops aton beea called out aad machine guns tave been placed ta tto Mart of tM oHg to put down tM disturbances in-which donee were thrown by tM demonstrator* Shots bad to be Brad Into tto .eta go dispone tta crowd. Encounters between tto striken and tto police have taken place. By Associated Prsee to Tto Bevtew Zurich. StallSstland, Ate A—(Btavaa Agency)—The labor executive committee of Olten. Canton of Bdeure, has a gyolalmed a gensnl'jirlka. H. C. L. Hits Japan. Too. By Associated Press to The Itevtew Tokio, Japan, Tuesday, Jdy II. Ba cause ef the steadily increasing oost Of Uvlng, witt tto price of rioe soaring daily, labor uareatia spreading ta Japan. Numerous etrttae torn occurred la Tokio. TOkobama, Osaka aad Mago- ya, in whloh women too* participated. Virtually all Ito aewspapan an dally making Utter attaoha upon tte government tar lta taUura to regulate tM ood a* State Troops Are Sent to Scene of Incendiary Blaze. By Associated Press te Ths Review Chicago, lit, Aug. A—An Incendiary fln which the police declare was started by negroes early today swept through the district bounded by west •md. Weet 48th. South Uncoln street and South Hermitage avenue destroying 100 homes ot Polish and Lithuanian employes of tte stock yards and causing a property loss of more thaa 1200,- 000. Three persons sre missing and a score were Injured In tM conflagration. TM buildings destroyed consisted ohiefly of one and two-story trams dwellings. Three thousand men. women and children have been rendered homeless by tM tin and the bad fading between tM whites and the negroes greatly aggravated. Stata troops wer* seat to the scene of the fln to disperse tto crowds and prevent a renew- d of raoo riots. A number of witnesses - have been found by tte polios who say they saw several automobiles of negroes wtth burning torctoe In tto district shortly before the. fire waa discovered. Tto fln broke ont In three sections of tto district at the same time. Telephone wires In the district were out a taw momenta after tto blase broke out. Several residents declan they saw negroes fleeing from the scene after tto fln WM discovered. A number of shots wen And at negroea In automobiles who tt ta aald were attempting to escape after the fires were started. One negro waa add to have been wounded but wad carried away by hla companions. Fln Chief O'Connor, after a hasty Investigation declared that tte flree wen undoubtedly of Incendiary origin and evidently started by throwing gas- ottn* OB tMt outside of the buildings esT. applying a' lighted torch or matches. - I Pin Attorney Harry Donnelly earn tM poUce tte names of tweln persons who declared ttoy mw negroea la tto illslrlrt Jboarhig burning torches and cutting* telephone wlrqa. JEto aituatlon ta other sections of tto dahger none of tM south side wm reported satisfactory to the authorities although then wen a number of minor dtotutbenoeo. pexce man nannies Baruch Expected to Olve Mon Infor- matlon en Etonomle Phaaaa. By Assoolated Press to The Bevlew Washington. D. C Aug. 1.—The Senate Fordgn Relations committee, oondderlng at public hearings tte economic sections of the peace treaty, had arranged today to he*r further explanation ot certain provlslona ia* volved from Bernard M. Baruch, and otten wbo gave expert advice to tha American delegation at Versalllee. Sl tte Senate no notices of addresses oa thl tnaty tad been given and the iMden thought It likely tta day would MBS without debate on the subject Proddeat Wilson's tnaty eon* ferencea wtth Bepublican senatora, also wen suspended for the day. DELINQUENTS WANTED-EXPERIENCED WHITE COOK FOR PRIVATE FAMILY. MR8. ArTH.: MORGAN. BELL' IS? tto a. »*jw1EF WANTED —.'TWO -WAITRESSES. 8WAGER-8 RESTAURANT, 222 E. MAII1 Star**-** eiaeM* tar. Weak Eyes. I.00TIBO BE PORTED AS , BOBBIES DBSBBT POSTS. By Associated PtssS to Ths Bsvtew London. Bngiand, Aug. I—Some loot- tag wm reported ta tto out ead of indon during tto night owing to the eenoe of police oa atrlk*. Sta-hundred and Bfty two policemen now mn fsgiatal to M out at Xdverpod and 88j tn London, eee or ling to tte govern- mt officials. Tto teak* of the London striken ware aald to bar* gained only m handful of recruits, as Indicated by thto mornlng'e roll oaU. FOR BALE—TWO PARMg, ONE OF 47 ACRES, THE OTHER 77 ACRES, IM MILEE WEST OF MT. UNION. OOOD SOIL AND OOOD BUILDINOBI INOUIRE. ELLARD HOFFSB. BELL Stag R-11. FOR BALE—ONE ORANT SIX' tourinq cAinp; t,\t_ smxpe. OWNER LeAVINB CITY. CALL O. S. 2271, BELL USE ' tommy United Wv'Worfc Pledge* An Baredeemed. According to tha statement of the secretary cf the United War Work campaign, then an pledges to tto amount of over 11,000 to tte fund which bar* aot been redeemed. As a lad call totten have been cent Mt to liaduente. requesting the payment of tM wedges, which must b* paid. Some Sd the ddlnquents are transients whose residence is unknown, Mt othan an reputable /citisens who an amply able IS Bag tte amdl pittance subscribed for the fund. A like condition prevails regarding the Armenian relief fund. SHOPMEN QUIT AT TOLEDO. By Associated Press to The Review Toledo, O, Aug. 2.—The striks tk railroad shopmen reached Toledo today wben crews la tte Wheeling a Lake Erie shops IB IronvUle walked out A meeting to scheduled for todsy for decision on a strike In other shoja, . X.IBB AMPUTATED. Bt A, WHsM of Bnon. Pa- who has beea SUftortaB the pad doyen week from a compound Baulure had bis Umb taken eft below Ihe knee et Beaver Valley hospital. Mm i. . brother of Mra. W. r. Ddss sad John Wilson of this elfy. WANTED—FOR TUESDAY TWO MORE TEAMS AT |1 FBR HOUR ANO SIX ROOD AMERICAN LABORER! AT Mta FEE! HOUR FOR OUT OF TOWN WORK. TRANSPORTA* TION FURNISHED. OOOD JOB. ONLY BETTER CLASS NEED APPLY. CHAS. g. BIBRY. O. S. 1748. FO».D* FOR SALE—TWO FORD ROASTERS, ONE TOURINO, OUR CHEVROLET TOURINO. - HAINES MOTOR CO. FOR SALE—WIS FORD TOURINO CAR. AS OOOO A* NEW. . WILL SELL AT A BAROAIN. CALL AT I W. CAMBRIDQE AFTER 1:10 DANCE ROCKHILL PARK TO* NIOHT. KINO'S ORCHESTRA. FEDERAL PRODUCTS. NUF BED. Th* pubUo Is Invited to attend the outing of Oab Schiller's Olocke, Sunday, Augurt E Come eat to, the perk aad eajeg teentat aBBSh Orcheatra. HUNTEB FOR MAYOR. !.-*». ■JStKJs^.. h-u_wLs'' 1b_MS___SM__M_M______*
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-08-02|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||August 2, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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