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mwmt-emmmwjmammmm rww^^?r^?s»!'p!"'- Oet fat touch, through the clas- aified *r_\ yeur "prospects.** In trade parlance, you know, a prospect ig « possible buyer. Mill III mn'ii i i N AND LEADER SMEW* THE WEATHER. Whtr tonight; Saturday fair, warmer la northwest portion. Barometer 29.35; tempereture 15 it Hf i. m.; vol. _a_u no. 4, CE, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919. TO BE PROBED flUENTE Outrages Against Americans to Be Investigated by Committee. TO REPORT MEANS TO PREVENT THEM ewmf**mw Swooping Inquiry Unani- ^ mously Ordered by the Senate. Dytoseelstsd Pres. to Th* R*vf*w Waahington. D. C, Aug- «.—Without u|##|IIiiii er debate the Senate today adajtlE a resolution authorising th* Foreign Relation* oommittee to mak< a eweeplng investigation of outrages against American* aad American property tn Mexico and "to report what. It any, ms*n* ahould be taken to prevent euch outrages." The Senate Foreign Relation* committee by unanimous vote, today reported out the resolution ot Senator Inc. Democrat, Utah, proposing aa investigation of the Mexican aituatlon. Th. resolution *me broadened so that the oommittee could take testimony at tot filing aad at any time. 33,900 yes of Packing e in Chicago to Presence of Troops Ind Police, Placed Inside JffiiatMto Prevent Race Riots as Negroes Return to Satni-fsg Aagest t, Oaly Bay Befor* Primaries. ' Tatui i ow. Saturday August, ». is regie*ration day in the olty. A number Of vetor* who reside In ths recently anaeaed territory west of th* city, aenst register Saturday or tbey cannot vote at th* primary *l*ctloa ef August Z2. Theee have lost thslr citizenship e( Lexington township apd have be- oome a part of tho olty of Allianoe. They must register tomorrow between the houre ot $ a. m., and $-p. m., or between 4 aad 9 p. m. at ops of the election precinct voting place* heretofore n.m*d.*t ss • Persons who have changed their residence areas one precinct to another, or are now voter* in tta Olty and hav* pever registered, must register tomorrow it they wish to vote at the primary Hectieil?^^ t Young, men who will arrive at the MM Ht} by the day of th* November */__-.J^,Wj_lwa to voaa'at the prl- natty OlSttfbn Tuesday, AUguet 12, but thee* must register tomorrow, Saturday ▲touet tt. ' _V. Important question to be decided at> the election Tueaday la the proposed levy of two mill* tax upon the aasesaed valuation of tha aehool dlatrlet tor aehool purposes. FffiST ORHHUS COSTLY B.' H. Morley Is Fined U aad Costs- Says Friend Save Him Lienor. When Acting Judge B. W. Diehl ordered Bailiff Oeborn to open the Municipal Court, one eaae waa awaiting hearing, thl* being upon a charg* of Intoxication. When arraigned a man giving his name aa B. H. Morley entered a plea Ot guilty. - Judge Diehl stated that as , the costs of Uquor had advanced that the Ones were also Increased, so assessed . On* Ot On dollar* and costs. The accused stated that thla waa not the Bret time he had been In court upon the charge of Intoxication. He told the court that this waa the first drink ot liquor he bad taken since the state wheat dry and was given by a friend WhO hM a (mart in reserve. Money waa found in hie automobile, on Bast Broadway, Thureday night, end was taken to headquarters ky Lieutenant Stark and Officer Castle- bsfry. The automobile was taken in charge by tke offloere. HIT BY CYCLONE Newton Fug, O., Aug. 8.—Almost a cyclone struck thla town Tuesday about I p. at. Nearly all wlrea were down—no Cleveland or Warren wlree till quite lata. A number of build- tee wore unroofed, one of them the property of Bart Arkwrlght. One building belonging to John Klingen- hefer, waa blown 110 feet along hla garden. Anna to top on Broed street WM turned back and inside ont. In one sugar camp one-fifth of the trees worn destroyed. The worst of thla stonn seemed to be between oao and two miles northwest ot Newton Falls. By Aaaoclated Pr*** to Th* Ravl.w Chicago. BL, Aag_, S-—Decision t» recall the trom* traa the stoek- yards aad rist dfiteMt here*, wh*** . presence wae eae ef the eenMS al* leged far th* geaeral stoek yards " striae wae aaaoaaeed this after. BOOB. , By Associated Pr*a* to Th. R.vlew Chicago. BL. Aug. ts—A general strike of 33,000 employes at the packing plants Is the atoek yards began at 9 o'clock this morning. The notion followed the decision of tto atook yards labor council last night to caU a general strike unless tto atata troopa aad police guards were immediately withdrawn from the plants. The atrike waa precipitated by tto return of 6,000 negroes to work yesterday. Approximately 32,000 union workers affiliated with 4< unions .were scheduled to go on strike today at tto union stoek yards In accordance wltk a vote ot their representatives fakes gt a meeting last night unless the guards were withdrawn from the Interior of the yarda. Ia tho'absence TWO CENTS—DEUVERED 12c A WEEK. am^amr*. XoS55Hon* J"»MMTt!ie packing housee iTM. «***** * J* StoUhood of daager toX^tS'p^ When negroee returned toNv - ln tto stoking honae yesterday *>0<r<*-o_ llcemen aad several hundred deputy^ sheriffs were assigned to tto h-Clos-* are, while detachments of soldiers warn moved' from the scene of -tto recent race riots to the exterior of tto yarda; Tto white workers objected to the presence of guards, 'although ttolr leaders said ttoy tod no objection to working with the negroes. Their objection to "working under surveillance,*' resulted In « meeting of representatives- qf tto _*en and the decision to .walk.ont unless tka guards ware removed. Calfc prevail* in tke. "black belt" scene of tto race rlota of laat week. Officers in command of the soldiers In the district reported today that not even a minor disturbance tod taken place between the whitee and negroes during the night FORECAST SHOWS DECLINE 27,052,000 Bushels Decrease Is Blamed on July Weather. By Aasoclated Prawi to The Bevtaw Washington, D. C Ang. OV—Tto country's oorn crop showed a decrease of 37,062,000 bushels At h result ef weather and.other oondltlon during July. The department of agriculture Im Its August forecast, announced tto 0109 promised 3,788,378,000, based on conditions existing August 1, compared wltb a forecast ot 3,815,430,000 bushels made early la July. Wheat production fell off 131,000,000 bushel-*1 as compared with tke July forecast, the total being placed at 1,161,000 bushels. There wm a decrease Of 134.MHMHXI bushoM.****#% t«r Vheat led •r.MO.OO* bubals spring wheat. . ____,.■ ■'-t_w_', _ fWetiast ot the oropa, based aa August 1 oondltlona worn announced today by tto Department of Agriculture ae follows: Winter Wheat, 718,* 000,000; spring wheat, 2t6.000.000; all wheat, 940,000,000; oorn, 3,788,000,000; oats, 1,26«,000,000; barley. 204,000,000; rye, 84.6; buckwhet, 16.1; white potatoes, 367,000,000; sweet potatoes, 100,- 000,00; tobacco (pounds), 1.836,000.- 000; flax, 10.2; rice, 48.4; toy, 111,000,- 000: sugar beets (tons). 6.69; apples (total). 166,000,000 bushels; apples (commercial), 33J. barrels; peaches, 49.8 bushels. Condition of various crops on August 1, follows: Spring wheat, 53.9; oorn, 81.7; oats, 76.5; barley, 73.6; buckwheat, 88.2; white potatoes. 75.1; sweet potatoes, 87.1; tobacco, 76.1; Sax, 62.7; rice, 90.4; hay, 91; sugar beets. 7M. _ . , Condition of corn by principal states follows: Ohio, M; Indiana, 76; Illinois. 7$; Minnesota, 90; Iowa, 87; Missouri. 74; Nebraska, 81; Kansas, 69; Texas, IM. Condition of spring wheat: Minnesota, 6$; North Dakota, 61; South Dakota, 66; Montana, 20; Washington. 64. GOLD STORAGE ARRESTS L Alleged Violators Hay Be Taken Into Custody Soon. Ay AMocLted Pr*a* to Tb* R*vl*w Columbus, Om Aug.,.8.—The state tne vestlgatlon into methods and practice* Of oold atorage warehouses operators gag meat dealer* using theae storage houses, wae expected to result in ar- reata tor violation.'ot tto atorage laws todey. Investigators sent out trom the offlo* ot the Stat. Diary and _f Jpe* pertinent by direction of the m_fnor aad Attorney General Pric* ere said to have obtelned *vld*nca whloh will t need tn tto proeecutioa ef vtolatoi Stone inepectore are aaid to have foum quantities of meat and other produce I w •*» md SaJ^.ltait J^a/y^'h. Bm5», ' taarweattoiipssi si iiOwWIBTu. *«._■-** proceedings under the oet penalties for violations of the law are 1600 One tot ths first offense aad W000 _Um 'And I* Say* workhouse imprison- m*nt for second offense COURT ORDERS SALE OP POOD HELD IN OOLD STORAGE. *rjha_*w»a,t*_ Pr*** to The MatrlmW Cohunbuf. ft, Ang. 8.—Judge Robert P. Duncan, of the Franklin oounty eoufto today sustained a motion of Claude Chamberlain, receiver In tto Columbus Packing oompany pork sels- nre ease, for authority and directed the receiver to proceed to eeU the 120,- ooo pound* of pork taken by htm under the suit brought by Prosecutor Hugo Schleslnger against tto jacking company and the Fairmont Creamery company, its eold storage agent. WATERMELONS, CANTALOUPES ANO REACHES. JUST RECEIVED ONI CARLOAD OR INDIANA WATERMELONS, WEIOHINO 26 TO SO ROUNDS; ONE CAR OR CANTALOUPES AND ONE CAR OR FREE STONE REACHES. PEOPLES PRO* pucaoo. aorOj-'-Lsau.sM.Y. JjliJj«TRA*nON POR 'OSRMARV. SWrURDAY, AUOUST S, AT VA RIOUS POLLING PLACES. HOURS: S A. M. TO « P. M, 4 P. M. TO t P. M. PRESENT CITY TIME. . WANTED—EXPERIENCBDACETY- ELfiNE WELDERS, PREM OPEN* ATOR8 AND HELPERS. TRANSUS- WILLIAMS STAMPING PERT. AUTO fLECL. REPAIR Avet - :. F, t, HUNTER FOR MAYOR. ARREST FOURJRDICM.S Sew Tor* DeteeUves Arrest Qaertet ne CrinUaal Anarchists. By Associated Ptees to Th* Revtjw New Tprk. M. Y- Aug., 8.—Charged wtth criminal anarchy 'under' aa old ■action of the penal coda, four men were arrested here today by deteetivea ef the bomb squad attar a raid on thalr apartment In th* Bronx. Much anarchistic Ittstature aad a loaded revolver wer* fouad In the flat. CARROTS, OAT8 AND .ONIONS EATEN RY GRASSHOPPERS. Lisbon. O., Aug. 8.—Farmers over the county are complaining that grasshoppers are playing havoc with oropa, on some farms destroying entire crops, and 50 per cent of others. One farmer m tto couth county states that tbe peat had destroyed about 800 bushela of hla oat crop, and tbe rest of It Is being eat sa rapidly aa possible in order to aave it trom the Insects. On tkp Lyons tarn nsar Calcutta, tto grasshoppers have completely destroyed the onion and carrot patches. V. A. ARMT STOCKS tot FRANCS SOLO WOB SeOO.000,000 By Assoclatad Press te The Bevlew Paris, France, Ang. •_-—An agreement for tto sal* of American army stocks fat Franco for t4M.000.OOS waa algned yeeterday. aaya Marcel Hutln. In the Echo De Paris. He declares that arrangements wore made tw a toss mom credit ao that Fraaoe wlU not tofSws hear tto high rato ot exchange whloh proVUs stjessaaL FOR SALE—TWO LARGE WALL CASES WITH GLASS PRONT. ALSO OFFICE CHAINS. THE ALLOTT HARDWARE CO. announced that he would leave Sunday night for Detroit to confer with Attorney Oeneral Alex Greenback of Michigan r*lat| e to a conference of gover- nore and attorneys general of statea in die .middle-west to consider a uniform plan of action against food profiteering A iisasililllos representing Ohio mil- lefe composed of I_. W. Dewey, Presl- dent. ot Blanchester, Ohio, Frank H. Tanner Secretary and R H. Hedge* of tb* Capitol Milling company, Columbu*, presented to Oovernor Cos today a plan whereby Ohio householders can reduce the cost of bread. "Get back to home baking nnd nee Ohio winter wheat flour", waa th* *ug- geation of tbe millers. Ohio flour, Mr. Dewey aald, oould be bought at 81 lea* on th* barrel then spring wheat flour aad that tt housewives would do their own baking they oould reduce their bread by oae halt. "On account* of the requirement* ot the food administration relative to the uae of substitute* a great many housewives quit baking bread," Mr. Dewey ■aid, "and ate etUl buying baker* breed. Bakera, he aaM, uae the spring wheat fmar because It make* a larger loaf but contains mor* wind and water. Th* Ohio miliars alao complained to tto asveiuor that atate institution* w*r* aot using Ohio flctora. They pointed out ttot a great an ling la prise aa well aa econnmlse In transportation oould* be affected by using Ohio flours. CONTRACT LETT Salem, O., Aug. 8.—The Contract for tto four mllea ef brick rood en the 8a- tem-Damaaeuo road waa lat Wednesday at Columbu*. to Jaoee Pa-sou, of thla dty. The contract priee wag estimated at 8144400 It waa aald, and the Job was left at thla figure. Tlie Improvement will begin at the Perry township Un*. neer th* entrance to the Country club nnd wtll be made weet from there for a distance of about four mllea. The werk wffl be started this foil, tt Wtt stated. AUTOMOBILE IS DAMAGED lachlnes GIMee Deem Incline Into Car af Mra. SUnohe Morris. automobile of Mrs. Blanche damaged Friday afternoon Brlve, opposite the home Turkic, when It waa motor ear of Mra. Mr*, curs mr drive at tto Turkic tto brakes They Are Accused of Violating Valentine Anti- Trust Law. CAPIASES ISSUED FOR ACCUSED MEN by 1 t Are Returned Juiy at Clere- d Today. By AnoclaUd 1 Cleveland, Indictment*, < the valentine returned today ai dont and eta othe Ohio Formere" company, an e thousand farmers by the Cuyahoga grand Jury In Ite milk cendltlone In tl H. W. Ingereoll, farhner, preeident ef ** *and alx membere ef tfie asi** oommittee were Indicted.' Capai.es were mi en men. The Indict the men with havi againat trade and wR unlawful combination pose ef carrying out In trade aad commerce end Increasing tto price to The R.TjeW >• Aug. a Secret tot violation of __ the Prepf- offielais mm. vo SMk of two .to dairymen. ., ty apecial gstlen of tnntt^Anm i* oompany failed m hold the lnellned drive Drive where tt ohtpe. A oaf was smashed and aged. car glided down across Overlook the Morris ma- of tke Morris fender dam- PRICE REP Approve Senator NorrW Plan For Removal et Wheat Guarantor • Sly Issntlalill Frew te th*m*le? Wm-hlno__^^___J_7Zt__ sTtto tovernnMntO-tee **e^rItM wheat, n eatr* higher prieee, meeting tadgy tore* SHOPMEN TOLD 1 RETURN TR IRUT ONCE Railroad Strikes Ordered Back Before Wages Will Be Considered. HINES AWAITS WORD , FROM THE STRIKERS r trike Not Authorized by High Officials of the Union. — eecure nt a special senate Agrioul- Action by the com- for tto ssv* nt ehargee eoneplred jerming an tho pur- rietlon* miHc and, prevdnting competition In tlto sals of milk. * N The ether eix Indicted men in: mme Mllle, Chertn Fslis; a. to. Haft Relneovllle; S. W. Kelnek Lngranger J. A. Clai** Medina}, £ A. Kent, Aurora, Wid W. S. Rtehmond, Elyria. In a atatament read at Elyria, r Mr. Ingereoll aaM he ito no WMMfedns ef any vietatien of any lew by himself or any other member of the ealee oommittee. Republican, Nebraa- repeal of the prioe guar- T. C. Atkeson, Washington representative Of the National Orange, •ndoreed it. "'x "That la exactly what th* farmers are praying for", aald he. Senator Norrla. Chairman Oronna and other committee members said the wheat price guarantee Mw haa not been carried out. The 11.24 guarantee, thay declared, waa intended by congress to be tb* minimum price with a higher price possible under the law ot supply end demand. Instead tbey asserted, the United States Grain corporation had made the minimum guarantee the maximum price for the farm- era Mr. Atkeson told the committee that the farmer would receive an. average If only 81.80 per buhsel for wheat this year. H* and Senator Oronna declared that had the government not fixed the price, farm*;** would receive much more thaa th* guarantee because of thf prospective wheat shortage aad world demand. MRS.! BE1CT0N DIES Some ti Mil. PrisoUls Bevington, wife Harry Bevlngton, 817 North Liberty avenue, died tt the AlUisnce olty hospital Friday at 11:18-. o'clock, dpath bo- Attorney Oeneral Price, following f__*K due to a complication of troubles, conference wtth Oovernor Can today, ffot some time she had been HI and In PAIHPPX ACCIDBMT. Ure. John Bdward* of Akron, formerly of thM olty met wtth a painful ga* ddent in tor home dty a tow day. ago. It ts stated that Mra Bdwards waa In front of the ON*fl ator* when a met ia nun of m truck on ito str*e< loot oontrol ef the machine which ea0_.QS to the aide walk striMng ton Bdwarde. She area esverely bruised While ehe is bedfaet aha ___ resting comfortably. Mrs. Oeorge Edward* of thl* etty end her daughter, Mre. Helen eKnt of Hew Tork visited her* Thureday. -t*T MORRIS' DUALITY DREAD AMD HOME-MADE PASTSRIES. 171 SO ARCH AHD MAIN STREET MARKET HOUSE* ....... ^^, OIRL WANTED for general hou**wor* la small apart- ment Phono BeU NS-T. LEIST FOR MAYOR. Sharefe tm Weak Eyee. FERDINAND AT BUDAPEST Br**^**** r~*e* to Th* Review Rurtch, Svrltserland, Ang. t.— King Perdinand of Rumania arrived In Budapeet yeeterday, aooordlng to • dispatch resohlng hara trom thst olty FARMERS'MARKET TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SAT- URDAY T A. M. Comer Oxford and Seneca. Tomorrow chickens, beets, bean*, oorn. carrots, radishes, oniona, mangoes, to- outeee. cabbage, encumbers, applee, berriee. flowers, oto. pgarofirpRODuoTa. nursed. COMPETENT UMMMt~WAMTED AT RATIONAL MUSIC CO. falling health Mrs. Bevington was born at McKees- port. Pa., and waa 48 years of age, her maiden name being McBrlde. She was a* member of the Christian church, a most estimable woman, one devoted to home and Its cares, a kind friend and neighbor and ever held the esteem of all acquainted with her. Surviving is the husband and five children by a former marriage, Clifford Reynolds of Nlles, Clyde Reynolds ot Alllanee, Mra. John Berry of Sebring. Mra. O. W. Wllsfa of Minerva, and Mra. WIU Callahan of dove, land. There are three grandchildren. John McBrlde of Sharon, Pa., and, WU McBrlde of Youngstown aro brothels and two sisters, Blanche and **•»■*-*•_■»■- reside Jn Warren. There OLD CEMETERY _ : BEING DESECRATED Place Where Pioneers of City Sleep M _2_? •3__$&-__Kl,_Sa" '\**^_\l^_*' dertaktng ttfekrry out President Wll where many old residents of the olty repose in eternal sleep la now being need os n pasture SMS. Briers and brambles thrive in the sacred enclosure becauee there Im no care taken to look after the reposing place ot tho dead. About, oi* **oer ago some citizens became interested In having a new .fence placed around the grave yard. The county contributed $50 to aid In building the fence and citizens contributed the remainder and a Una new fence was built with an entrance gate with a lock upon It as a protection againat trespassers. This summer some one who has access to the grounds, is using it for a pasture Sold for horses. The horses have trampled the graves and destroyed some of the tombstones and damaged the cemetery in a. way Af provoke the Indignation of those who have rela tives burled there, and Justly so. Formerly and perhaps at the present time the cemetery was under the oontrol and supervision of th* Ualted Brethren church of AUlance. Who ever has charge ot ' the cemetery are'also tour A. brothers and threo**sh<MU, „,, to lt _t ^^ that the Bac. half sisters living. Arrangements as to funeral service havo not yet been made. AMERICANIZATION PUNS It may be Interesting to Alliance people to learn that the Municipal University ot Akron has planned an Americanization Institute to.be given at Akron. September Snd to f'th Inclusive, during which aeveral aerie* of l*ctur*a ara to be given by abl* talent along the Unee of psychology, sociology, European hlatory, Civics and history, principle* of teaching, European race* and Americanization and school*. The course* consist of twelve lectures and the eOOt to one dollar for each course. Th* Americanization and Community Lit* oours* covers talks on th* industrial aspect, music public health, mun- IO_f_J research, work of charity organizations, view of manufacturer* Americanization of foreigner* and International Institute* of T. W. C. A. Plana may be mad* for a clem from Allianoe to attend the Institute. Ernest P. Wile*, assistant superintendent of the Altmn schools Is •ending out literature relative to the institute. COX BA-M FILMS SHOWIHO RACE RIOTS; FEARS TROUBLE By Assoclatad Press to Th* Bevtew Cttaiabua, O, Aug. 8.—Oovernor Cox today*directed tto- Ohio board of censors to eliminate from all Sims offered for exhibition In Ohio, scenes of recent Chicago and Washington Sflgg riots which might tend to krouse prejudice or undesirable discussion. The co-operation Of the news picture producing companies and motion picture house managers has been solicited. ATTENTION OARPRMTERS! gPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF LOCAL 1QSS, U. R. OF C. A A. OP A. SATURDAY EVENING, AUOUST A 1»1t, AT 7:30. VERY IMPORTANT BUSINESS. H. M. DISER, R. A. REGISTRATION POO PRIMARY SATURDAY, AUGUST t, AT VA* RIOUS POLLING PLACES. HOURS: **rtfc**POSJMLd_Pl _ TO 9 P. M. PRESENT CITY TlORp..-. -,„. POR SALE TWO LARGE WALL CASES WITH GLASS FRONT. ALSO OPFIOR CHAIRS. THO ALLOTT HARDWARE CO. mtm** Q'eseos tw Weak Eyee. P. E. HUNTER FOR MAYOR. red ground le not used as a pasture Sold, and should also see to lt tljat the cumbersome briars and weeds are destroyed. To many this cemetery is hallowed ground, but It Is useless to plant tributes of dowers to be trampled In a d»." by the beasts In pasturage there. By Aasoclated Preas to Th. Review Washington, D. C Asg., 8_—A Jeiat rasotatloa "declarlag that a ■tat* ef anarchy exists In th* Ualted States, eethorlslag the Prealdent te tree interstate mails and trafflo from farther anlawfal ta- torferanee aad to protect eltlsena In their property rights**, wee In-, trodneed today by Representative Blaatoa, Democrat, Texas. < . Br Associated Preas to Th. Itevtew Chicago, 111-, Aug., S.-John D. Saunders, Secretary ot the Chicago Council of the Federated Railway Shopman'* union announced today that the executive board of the organization was considering President Wilson's demand that the 300,000 strikers return to work befor* thalr request for higher wage* will be considered by the federal gov- ernmnt. He said th* excutlv* board expects to reach a decision on what action will fa* taken by t o'clock tomorrow *-fternoon- At that time lt is ssM ths union will make a formal reply to the demand mad* by President Wilson. Br Assoelated Press to Th* Ravtew Waahington, D. C, Aug., S.—Reports to th* Railroad Administration today aaid that In response to President W0* son's action of last night shopmen were rapidly returning to work on tne Lack* awaana, Baltimore and Ohio. Norfolk and Western, Western Maryland, RooV Island and St. Paul railroads and or th* Pennsylvania lines west of Plttaburgh. By Associated Press to The R.vl.w -Washington, D. C, Aug. t.—Director Oeneral Hines today awaited word Oom the unions ttot all striking shop- M^_^_mt^ lk_________________> _______ BRooiinyp HIT Strike ef Tranelt Employee Causss Considerable Inconvenience. By Associated free* to The Review New York, N. y„ Aug. 8.—With only a few surface cf A and an occasional elevated or suBway train In operation thousand! of Brooklyn residents were compel! I again today fv» resort to buses, motor ears and trUcfte. Congestion at terminal polnta of the Long Island railroad and the Interborough Rapid Transit compaay lines to Manhattan were Jammed early with aax- loue throngs when tt became apparent that the third day of the strike of Brooklyn Rapid Transit employes promised little or no relief. CLEVELAND BUYS ARMY POOD By Aaaoclated Press to Tha Review Cleveland, O., Ang. (.—Army food ■ales, under municipal direction, reopened this morning at t7 retail grocery stores throughout the city, several thousand eases of canned corn aad tomatoes being disposed ot In n tew houn. An additional four car loads of surplus anpy foodstuffs arrived this morning nag will be put on sale tomonF/f By Associated Pres* to Th* Review Portsmouth, O., Aug. g.—At 10:80 this morning, shopmen employed In the local Norfolk ft Western shops In esst Portsmouth Joined the nationwide Strike declared recently by shop- jnen In Chicago. The men have demanded more wages. By 10:86 this morning, more than 300 employes had left the shops. There tt waa stated, by N. ft W. officiate that probably (00 would be affected by tto atrike order. FOR SALE—FORD SEDAN, RUN ONLY tOOO MILES. DEMOUNTABLE RIMS, SELF-STARTER, JUST REFINISHED, ALL GOOD TIRES. RUNS ANO LOONS LIKE NEW. CALL a 8. 6371 DAY TIME, O. S. 6587 EVENINGS. SALESMAN WANTED. Live man to act aa local salesman, outside Job; salary and commission- Steady work. Box J, Review, —NOTICE— ON FRIDAY EVENING, AUOUST A WB WILL HOLD A BOX SOCIAL AT THE RIVERSIDE BALL DIAMOND. ALL'WILL BO WELCOME. RIVERSIDE BAU. TEAM. IP YOU WANT ANY MOVING OR HAULING DONE. CALL a S. 3445. son's Instructions to settle the wage controversy on Its merits. Tto telegraph system of the railroad administration waa put at the disposal of the union officers and peremptory orders that the men should go back on the Job went out to 500 local chairmen. Until the men have resumed work, railroad administration officials said they would not discuss the procedure to be employed In adjusting the wage demands. As the shopmen's reasons for wanting a 25 per cent Increase have been considered thoroughly by the board of railroad wages and working conditions which divided three to three, it was believed possible that the evidence In that case would be put Immediately before the director general for a decision. Other unions have demanda pending however, which win necessitate the presentation of evidence and to hear this a new board may be constituted or the old board enlarged to twelve in accordance with suggestion of the union men. Equal representation between the two sides would be retaln- *4J, but men especially qualified to deal erlth the subject tn hand would be appointed to handle the different classes Of wages, that two main points are involved In Mr. Hlnee Is understood to consider the settlement of wage demands. Flnt. how much has tto coet of living Increased beyond the Increase in wages, and second, what are the wages being paid in other Industries for the eame class of work. Any advances granted will be proportioned to enablo the employes to maintain their standard of life and to retain competent mon who might otherwise be attracted to. other employment. PRESIDENT WILSON WILL ADDRESS CONGRESS LATE TODAY OliCES OE FOOD Chief Executive WiD Make Recommendations As to Means Looking to Reduction of High Cost of Living •-Attempt to Block Message in House Fails When Chair Refuses to Recognise Objector. By As*ocl*t*d Press to Th* R*vMw Washington, D. C.\ Aug.. g—Th* Houa* today adopted a resolution tor a Joint session ot congress at 4 o'clock this afternoon to hear Preeidant Wll* •on'* recommendation* aa to means looking to th* reduction of the high coat of living. A point ef no quorum had been made by Repreeeatative Blanton. Democrat. Tsnaa, wtasrtbe chair rafueed to r*oog- nlss him for the Introduction ot a maa- eure but a roll cell developed that • quorum waa In attendance. Unlaw Houee leader* tall to round up a quorum te that body, which la not regarded aa likely. Presldsnt Wilson will address a Joint session of oongiss* thla afternoon at 4 o'clock to submit suggestion for lowering th* cost ot living throut-S legislative action. The recommendations will be based upon information secured by th* Prealdent personally aad by a committee appointed aevaral daya ago by Attorney Oeneral Palmer, following a meeting ot cabinet member* to diacua* th* crisis brought about by th* continued ascend ency of pricee of food and other neces- Ntlssofllfe. The address is expected to deal with all element* that have entered into creation ef the oondltlon in which the oountry today find* itself and whloh lndude labor problems and strikes re- suiting from them and production whieh would b* interfered with by etrikee. The preeent railroad aituatlon la expected to be oaly aa an incident, it is aald It is expected no recon Wtt b* made for a licensing sy producers, manufacturers or nor for a law limiting the margin of profit on commodities. However, the President is expected to ask for an extension of th* Lever Food Control Mil •o thet it can be made applicable aa a peace Um* measure to shoes, olothtng and other necessities a* well as food. Tbe message said to be a lengthy one waa completed last night after lt had been revised to aome detail to meet the ■uggstlon qf cabinet members who were called into conference by Mr. Wilson late yesterday. announced thM morning because of tto strike of shopmen. By Assoclatsd Press to Th* Review Columbus, O., Aug. 8.—Five hundred local shopmen of the Toledo A Ohio Central railroad Joined the atrike of other railway shopmen today In thalr demanda for Increased wages. All crafts were Included. Approximately 6,000 shopmen of the Pennsylvania, Norfolk A Western and Toledo A Ohio Central railroads are aow on strike Jn Columbus. Br Assoelated PreM to The Review Kaaaaa City, Mo., Aug. S.—Responding to tto appealSf*if the heads of thetr national orgaL. itions, striking railway shopmen of the eix federated crafts at a mass meeting tore today voted Ho retam to woflt Immediately. By Associated Press to Tha Revlsw Chicago, lit, Aug. 8.—Forty additional passenger trains were conceited today by Chicago railroads as a result of the strike of Federated Railway ehopmen. By Associated Press to Th* Ravtew New York, N. Y., Aug. 8.—An embargo on all freight on the New York, New Haven ands Hartford and the central New England railroad* was CAR OF WATERMELONS AT NEW YORK CENTRAL R. R. ON MARKET. SOc AND UP. BAKE SALE. THE LADIES OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WILL HOLD A BAKE SALE AT SHEM'S 8TORE SATURDAY. —WANTED— Laborers and young men and young women to learn a business; Ught work and ateady employment. Apply at the Smplopers' Association, rooms over City Savings Bank * Trust Co, facing public square.'. LEIST FOR MAYOR. F. E. HUNTER FOR MAYOR. again recognised 0* authority ef thalr own organisation the whole matter of wage Increaeaa must be at a standstill, th* neat step In the retired atrike situation thus put squarely up to the employes themselves, was being awaltet today. The few reporta that bad been re ceived early today Indicated a willing' ness on the part of aome of the atrlk' ing shopmen to comply with the re- quest and it waa believed nearly all of the 80.000 men reported idle yesterday would follow suit. . President Wilson's statement was contained In a """"""^ratlfm to Director Oeneral Hines, in which tha dlr*ctoi general waa authorized to talc* up the wage demands of the brotherhoo< members and decide them on thalr merit*. It followed a letter received by the Preeident train Chairman Cummins of th* Senate Inter-State Commerce commltte*. In which had ample authority to deal with the situation growing out of ths demand* of th* railroad men without additional legislation by con- KING ALBERT'S VISIT Mr. Wilson in his letter to Mr. Hines said "it le clearly our duty to proceeed with the matter in the hope of disposing of lt". At the same time he expressed thi (Continued on Page Two.) T EXPRESS CLERK Believe Monroe Was Member of Band ef Crooks. Br Assoolated Press to The Review Akron. O., Aug., 8.—Federal Secret Service men and police are working on a theory that Benjamin E. Monro*, American Railway Express company clerk alleged to have disappeared with 188,000 in caah and a package of diamonds, was a member of a band of criminate, it was learned today. Developments have tod to th* belief Uiat the robbery waa planned when Monroe came her to werk. A man aad a woman who toft shortly after Monro* disappeared, ar* aald to nave been hla only aasoclate* during hi* tour weak* •toy In Akron. The womea who represented herself as Monro*'* sister, obtained a room for him befor* hi* arrival. Sh* and a man aaM te be her husband, roomed on the aame atreet. Both men were ex-aoldler* who had ***n service overseas. NICKLR PLATE SHOPMEN AT OONNKAUT OO ON STRIKE Br Assoclatad Preaa to Th* Itevtew Conneaut, O., Ang. 8.—All employee ot tto Nickel Plata Railroad ear-hops here are on atrike today following the walkout of six hundred machinists, ear repairmen and other shop craft this morning. They had been held at work by anion officials pending the result of a national strike vote, bat at a meeting last night voted to quit work today. —SPECIALS— BEEF ROAST, lb. 20 to 25c ROUND STEAK, lb. ...'. 35c SIRLOIN, lb. 38c PLATE BOIL, lb. 16 to ISc HAMBURO STEAK, lb. 26c PLENTY OF CHICKENS, YOUNG AND OLD. DRES8ED OR ALIVE. B. J. RICKARD. Leave For United States About Middle of September. By Aasoclated Pres* to Tb* Review Brussels, Belgium, Thursday, Aug. T. —Details of King Albert's trip to America have not been fully arranged. but ita la probable that he will start about th* mlddl* of September and Will not return until his presence here 1* necessary because of the Belgian election*. According to present plan*, he will make a complete swing of the oountry, and will be accomplished by hla aon, Prince Leopold. Cardinal Mercier will start for America on September 4 or 8 and will probably be gene until the end of October. PHONE STRIKE ENDED By Amicable Settlement With Wlremen ef Bell Telephone Co. Manager Ralph W. Skeels of the local Bell Telephone system reports today that all differences with the linemen, troublemen and wire chief, so far SO the BeU company is concerned have been amicably adjusted and these men returned to work this morning. The terms ot settlement are not made public The strike of the same classes of telephone men of the Ohio State Tele- phone company at noon today had not ended and remained practically In the same condition as previously reported. The strike began at noon Wednesday. BI1LL1. Ill STOCKS Slump of Yesterday Disappears-Stoel Advance* a 1-4 Point* By Associated Press to The Review New York, N. Y., Aug. 8.—After tly slump in the final hour of trading yeeterday the stock market opened today with gains of from 1 to 3 points tn those issues which were weakest at the close of the previous session. Leaders in the recovery Included United States Steel, which opened with an advance of 2 1-4. Crucible Steel, Baldwin Locomotive, United Statee Rubber, .Central Leather and Mexican Petroleum. Among the reactionary Issues were general motors aad International paper with declines of from 2 to 3 points. QERMAN PRISON COMMANDER WILL BE TRIED BY ALLIES. gy Assoclatad Press to The Review London, England, Aug. 8.—The surrender ot Oeneral Kruaka, commander ot the German prison camp at Kaiser, has been demanded by the Allies aa th* first of the enemy officials to be tried for violations of International law during the war, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company quoting Berlin advices. Oeneral Kruska Is accused of having been responsible for an epidemic of typhus fever at the Kaiser camp, which caused the deaths of 8,000 French prisoners. SIX-CENT FARE REFERENDUM By Associated Press to Tb* Review Ashtabula, O., Aug. St—A six cent franchise recently granted to the Ashtabula Rapid Transit oompany wilt be the subject of a referendum election here In November, city officials announce after checking referendum petitions. A petition asking for a referendum on an ordinance to bond Jitney bus operators Is now In the hands ot elty officials and is being checked. —SATURDAY SPECIAL— MCVV POTATOES, SOc PECK. A FULLLINE OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. JIM'S LITTLE FRUIT MARKET, CORNER ARCH AND ..'A!!'. BASEMENT. THE OHIO STATE TELEPHONE CO. WILL CLOSE DIRECTORY RECORDS SATURDAY, AUOUST t. ANY ONE DESIRING ANY CHANQgg l.V LISTING OR DIRECTING ROVER- TISINO. WILL PLEASE NOTIFY OOMPANY ON OR BEFORE THAT DATE. FEDERAL PRODUCTS. NUF SED. 'l.QISTRATION FOR PRIMARY SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, AT VA. RIOUS POLLING PLACES. HOURS: 8 A. M. TO 2 P. M., 4 P. M. TO 9 P. M. PRESENT CITY TIME. WANTED—EXPERIENCED ACETY* ELENE WELDERS, PRE88 OPEN* ATOR8 AND HELPERS. TRANSUE* WILLIAMS STAMPING DEPT. COMPETENT CLERK WANTED At NATIONAL MUSIC CO. Try 8harer*e Glasses. F. E. HUNTER FOR MAYOR. Tak* Broken Watch** te Sharer. iitfiriiiriifir'-ri £__& *__i__i£ ;2___*«s__: •■ ____m^_i_Ai: .fta**- _*£.< i&mlm_lj-H_&-mUii,J,.i m
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-08-08|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||August 8, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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aified *r_\ yeur "prospects.** In
trade parlance, you know, a prospect ig « possible buyer.
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Whtr tonight; Saturday fair, warmer la northwest portion. Barometer
29.35; tempereture 15 it Hf i. m.;
vol. _a_u no. 4,
CE, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919.
TO BE PROBED
Outrages Against Americans to Be Investigated
TO REPORT MEANS
TO PREVENT THEM
Swooping Inquiry Unani-
^ mously Ordered by the
Dytoseelstsd Pres. to Th* R*vf*w
Waahington. D. C, Aug- «.—Without
u|##|IIiiii er debate the Senate today
adajtlE a resolution authorising th*
Foreign Relation* oommittee to mak<
a eweeplng investigation of outrages
against American* aad American property tn Mexico and "to report what. It
any, ms*n* ahould be taken to prevent
The Senate Foreign Relation* committee by unanimous vote, today reported out the resolution ot Senator
Inc. Democrat, Utah, proposing aa investigation of the Mexican aituatlon.
Th. resolution *me broadened so that
the oommittee could take testimony at
tot filing aad at any time.
yes of Packing
e in Chicago
to Presence of Troops Ind Police, Placed Inside
JffiiatMto Prevent Race Riots as Negroes Return to
Satni-fsg Aagest t, Oaly Bay Befor*
' Tatui i ow. Saturday August, ». is
regie*ration day in the olty. A number Of vetor* who reside In ths recently anaeaed territory west of th* city,
aenst register Saturday or tbey cannot
vote at th* primary *l*ctloa ef August
Z2. Theee have lost thslr citizenship
e( Lexington township apd have be-
oome a part of tho olty of Allianoe.
They must register tomorrow between
the houre ot $ a. m., and $-p. m., or between 4 aad 9 p. m. at ops of the election precinct voting place* heretofore
n.m*d.*t ss •
Persons who have changed their residence areas one precinct to another,
or are now voter* in tta Olty and hav*
pever registered, must register tomorrow it they wish to vote at the primary
t Young, men who will arrive at the
MM Ht} by the day of th* November
*/__-.J^,Wj_lwa to voaa'at the prl-
natty OlSttfbn Tuesday, AUguet 12, but
thee* must register tomorrow, Saturday
▲touet tt. '
_V. Important question to be decided
at> the election Tueaday la the proposed
levy of two mill* tax upon the aasesaed
valuation of tha aehool dlatrlet tor
FffiST ORHHUS COSTLY
B.' H. Morley Is Fined U aad Costs-
Says Friend Save Him Lienor.
When Acting Judge B. W. Diehl ordered Bailiff Oeborn to open the Municipal Court, one eaae waa awaiting
hearing, thl* being upon a charg* of
When arraigned a man giving his
name aa B. H. Morley entered a plea
Ot guilty. - Judge Diehl stated that as
, the costs of Uquor had advanced that
the Ones were also Increased, so assessed . On* Ot On dollar* and costs.
The accused stated that thla waa not
the Bret time he had been In court upon the charge of Intoxication. He told
the court that this waa the first drink
ot liquor he bad taken since the state
wheat dry and was given by a friend
WhO hM a (mart in reserve.
Money waa found in hie automobile,
on Bast Broadway, Thureday night,
end was taken to headquarters ky
Lieutenant Stark and Officer Castle-
bsfry. The automobile was taken in
charge by tke offloere.
HIT BY CYCLONE
Newton Fug, O., Aug. 8.—Almost
a cyclone struck thla town Tuesday
about I p. at. Nearly all wlrea were
down—no Cleveland or Warren wlree
till quite lata. A number of build-
tee wore unroofed, one of them the
property of Bart Arkwrlght. One
building belonging to John Klingen-
hefer, waa blown 110 feet along hla
garden. Anna to top on Broed street
WM turned back and inside ont. In
one sugar camp one-fifth of the trees
worn destroyed. The worst of thla
stonn seemed to be between oao and
two miles northwest ot Newton Falls.
By Aaaoclated Pr*** to Th* Ravl.w
Chicago. BL, Aag_, S-—Decision
t» recall the trom* traa the stoek-
yards aad rist dfiteMt here*, wh*** .
presence wae eae ef the eenMS al*
leged far th* geaeral stoek yards
" striae wae aaaoaaeed this after.
By Associated Pr*a* to Th. R.vlew
Chicago. BL. Aug. ts—A general
strike of 33,000 employes at the packing plants Is the atoek yards began
at 9 o'clock this morning. The notion
followed the decision of tto atook
yards labor council last night to caU
a general strike unless tto atata
troopa aad police guards were immediately withdrawn from the plants.
The atrike waa precipitated by tto
return of 6,000 negroes to work yesterday.
Approximately 32,000 union workers affiliated with 4< unions .were
scheduled to go on strike today at tto
union stoek yards In accordance wltk
a vote ot their representatives fakes
gt a meeting last night unless the
guards were withdrawn from the Interior of the yarda. Ia tho'absence
TWO CENTS—DEUVERED 12c A WEEK.
am^amr*. XoS55Hon* J"»MMTt!ie
packing housee iTM. «***** * J*
StoUhood of daager toX^tS'p^
When negroee returned toNv - ln
tto stoking honae yesterday *>0