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■•*■*:—r~*—n——-'?ismi!<F-*^ i?^?^-JF-*^t-**^-F^ %■ A lapse in rental income will take all of the profit and satisfaction out of property-owning, *o uae the classified. N THE ALLIANCE EEVIEY/ AND LEADER THE WEATHER. Partly eleadr tenlncht and Wedees- 4*71 warmer la Central and If orth portion*. Bsreaieter, 28.50 > temperature M at 10 a. mi cloudy. VOL. XXXH, NO. 7. TWELVE PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, t9 19. TWO CENTS-DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. w> LODGE S»»S LEAGUE WOULD H CAUSE. NOT PHEWEHT, STRIFE Chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee Terms Covenant "a Deformed Experiment Upon a Noble Purpose"—Republican Senior Senator Says It Creates Not a League of Peace "But an Alliance Embracing Many Provisions for War"—Avers It Would Involve the United States in "Eveify Controversy and Conflicton the Face of the Globe." By Associated Pres. to The Review Washington, D. C. Ang. 12.—Describing the League ot Nations as a "deformed experiment upon a noble purpose," Senator Lodge ot Massachusetts Chairman ot the Foreign Relation* Committee and Republican leader ot the Senate, declared la a Senate speech today that there were an American I Aave remained all my life. "I ean never be anything else but an American, and I must think of tke United States lint, aad when I think of tbe United State* lint la aa arrangement Ilka thla I am thinking of what is best tor th* world, for If tha United States telle the beat hope* of mankind fall with lt. I have never of the league American" he never features which "a* an could aeeept. Creating, not a league of peace but aa alliance embracing many "pro* vUlon for war," the covenant In lta present form, he asserted, would kill the Monro* Doctrine, nullify any possibility of withdrawal from member- ehlp, Impair the sovereign power of deciding domestic questions, and "plunge the United States Into every eoatrov*rsy and conflict on the tace of the globe. "Lat ne beware." he said, "how we patter witt oar Independence. We have Mt reached the great position, from whieh wa were able to come down Into thf Held of battle and help to ea*#e the world from tyranny, by being guided by others. Our eaat power haa aU been built up gathered er onreeWee alone. we forced onr way upward from day* tit tte Revolution, through a rid often hoatll* aad always Indifferent. We owe no debt to anyone eseept to France ln our revolution and theee policies and those rights en watch eur power ha* been founded Should aerer be lessened or weakened.. It will be no eerrlce to ihe world to ia,eo Mi tt will be ot to* tolerable Injury ta the United StitSe. ft will de our share. We ara ready 4ad, en***0*** eo help in aU way* to preeerre the world'* peace. But wa eea do It beat by not crippling onr- eeieea. "I aat anxious as any human being aad ba to hare tha United States render every possible service to the civilisation and tta' peace of mankind, bat I am certain we can do It beat hi not putting ounelves in leading striata or subjecting ear policies aad oar sovereignty to other nations. I will gp a* far aa anyone ia world service. .Oat the first step to world aerviee IS the maintenance of tha United Ota tee. Tou may eali me self- leh, if yon wtll, coaservati ve or reactionary, but aa American I was born. covenant had bnt one allegiance—I can not di vide It now. "The United State* le the world's be*t hope, but If you fetter bar In the Interests and quarrels of other nations, If you tangle her ln the Intrigue of Europe, yon will deetroy her power for good and endanger her very existence. "W_ are told that wa shall "break the heart of the world" lt we do not take thl* league Just aa tt steads. I fear that the heart* of the vast majority of mankind would beat on strongly and steadily and without any quickening It tha leasee were to perish altogether. If It should be effectively aad beneficientlp changed the people who would Ito' awake In sorrow for a single night could be easily gathered In one hot vary large room bat those who woald draw a long breath of relief would reach to millions. "Ideals hava been threat upon na as an argument fer the league uatft the healthy mind which rejects eaa't revolt tram them. AM Ideals confined to this deformed experiment upon a noble purpose tainted, as tt Is with baralgSR and tied to a peaee treaty which might _.t. bee* mm.\ poeed «f laapliseto the treat benefit ot thtfr-wprt_t.ltJt had aet been compelled to eirty ttte rider on WMekt "NO doubt many excellent and patriotic people eee a coming tullBll- ment el noble ideals ia the words 'League ter Peaee.' We all respect and share these aspiration* and desire*, bat eome of ne eee no hope, tat rather defeat, for them la thie murky covenant. For we, too, have onr Ideals, even it wh differ from thoee who have tried to establish a monopoly of Idealism. Onr tret ideal ia our country. We would hava onr country strong to resist a peril front tha Weet, aa ahe hea dung back tha Oerman menace from tha Hast. We would net have oar politic* distracted EXTINGUISHER ALMOST KILLS 3 Silt BOYS Lads, Overcome by Fumes From Fire Extinguisher Saved by Pulmotor. FATHER FINDS BOYS SENSELESS IN SHOP Timely Discovery Saves the Lives of Lads Who Were Almost Asphyxiated. Lorain Bank Asst. Cashier Short $100,000, Officials Say W. W. Treble, Accused Employe, Is Missing—Bank Examiner and Officials Say Depositors' Funds Are Amply Protected. • Three Alliance boy* had a very narrow escape from death by asphyxiation Monday night, a delay of a few minute* In tb* dtecovery of th*lr condition would undoubtedly have resulted fatally. Prompt medical attention and the uae of the city pulmotor proved ef- f*ctiv*. Th* victim* of th* unuaual and trying experience were William C. Brobat, aged twelv* years. *on of Mr. and Mr*. Frank Brobat. of 107 South Liberty avenue; Nathan Bell, aged eight, son ot Mr. and Hra. J. T. Bell, of th* Colonial Hotel, Ml East Main street, and Robert Bawling*, aged twelv*. son of Mr. aad Mr*. W. R. Rawllngs. No. 812 South Seneca avenue. Th* incident of Monday evening occurred ln a small Shop ta rear of the Brobst hom* where the lad* wer* play- lag with a "Pyran** Or* extinguisher and a number of bottle* Which had been cast away apparently from a drug ■tor*. Mr. Brobat arrived at home about 8: SO o'clock and made inquiry aa to where hla aon had gon*. Mra. Brobst Informed him- that the boy and two companion* wer* te the shop. Step- (Coatlnued ea Fagev T_) OUSTER SUIT FLED MIST THE N. 0. T. Ifc'i**m>l*l*il Ptm* to Th* Review Columbus, O., Ang. It.—A suit In •ao warranto to oust the Northern Ohio Traction A light company ttm am et *_h Massillon aad Canton road whe died ia the atate enpreme court thto afternoon by Prosecuting Attorney Walt* 8. Buff and Assistant Pro* seen tor C. to, McCllntock- ot Stark oounty. v The eult wearied on behalf of the Stark oounty oommlaslonan who align that tha road Is needed for vehicle traffic aad lisnem of failure to agree with the company on rates of ton* The company obtained lta original franchise in ISM. It contained no time limit A tee years aaa aa ouster •aaa sought whieh the etate aupreme court granted but which tha United Statee enpreme court lerereed on the ground that the company waa entitled toa ts year franchise, which time had not pet aspired. The 25 year period expire* to WT. MOTORISTS Iff 110 Belay Machine add Be Headlight. Caaoe Aneet ef AutewobiUst*. Violators of the automobile regulation* ara finding littl* sympathy whan t&ey gat Into Municipal court, aa shown bt th. assessment* being meted out to off*nden by Acting Judg* M. W. Diehl Chart** Tucker, i with operating a motor-vehicle without proper headlight*, waa fined flv* dollar* and cost*. The arraat wee asade Wt Officer Castieb**ry. Ralph Zatta was fln*d flv* dollars end ooat* tor operating a machln* wtth th* eat-out open. H* waa arrested by Of. Charle* Coy. V. S. AIBMBX BEPOBTBD LOST Wt Associated Pr*a* to Th* Review Merle tax.. Aug., It.—Searching naftlse tniri dispatched today to look (or lieutenant* Pearson and Davis, American army aviator* ot Blpaae wh re. thought to be Met ia htoaluu. While oo patrol *lnag th* Bio Grand< a*ar preaidtdo. Texa* they ar* auppoa- . ed eo hav* mistaken tbe Bio Concho " le ln flood fer the Bio Grand* Into .Mrxtao. ■ *. - WANTBD—SIRLS TO LEARN OOLD , UMINO, CECAL WORK ANO ALSO EXPERIENCED DECORAtORl MMHEST WAGES. STEADY WORK. AWV AT OFFICE. LIMOGES china ca RECOMMEND. CHANGES IIDTJK UN Br Assoclatad Praaa to ffh* B*vt*W Waahlngtoa, D. C Aug. It.—Do- mandi that changes be made la government wheal standard* under th* prio* guarantee act "so ae net to penalise every grower of wheat". w*r* mad* In a statement prepared by Chairman Oronna and Repre*»ntatlvea et Farm organisations and approved today by the Senate Agriculture committee. " Chairman Oronna announced that a committee would be named to peasant the demanda to Julius to, Barnes, president et the United Stat** Grain Corporation, aad —toremsntstlveo et the Department et Agriculture la toe hop* ot having modified vaweue government regulation* by which tt waa charged **th* producers *—t defrauded and th* consumers rssslve ne heaettt." ford mmm w judge Tucker Will Charge the Jury ea Thureday. By Aaaoclated Pr*** to Th* Review Mt. Clemens, Mich. Aag. IL—Arguments m tta tutatfiOQ libel suit et Henry Ford against tha Chicago Dally Tribune trios nd todsy erlth the summing-up addressee of Elliott O. Stov- ensoa, sealer imiiaiJ ter the Tribune, aad Alfred Lucking, eenlor oounsei for Mr. Ford. Judge Tucker aaid that he Intended to excuee the Jury and eonntei tomorrow while he devoted himself to pen- paring hto lnstructlona whieh will be lengthy.- ."£2* Thursday atoning, ha aaM. he expected ta charge the Jury aad aead it to lta deliberation. -* WOULD JAIL PROFITEERS. .' < By Assoctetei I*OT to TIM Review Waahington, D. C, Ang. 11—Hoarding, selling at nareaaoaahl* profit*, creating monopolies aad restricting Ota aapply srfcad. fuel aad wearing apparel will be punished hy a nne of 110,000 or five yeare Impriaoamant under a Mil tatrodneed today by Representative Gerd. Democrat Ohio. (Continued on Page lt). DEMBBIUZATtON PLANS AU Combatant Troop* to Be Out ef Army By I_a*t of October By Associated Pr*** to Th* R*vl*w Washington. OTA., Aug. It.—-De- MSMHsatlaa at. the army "eo far aa combatant ufOUBt are concerned," will be completed the laat ot October, eomtmt- Baker saansacoi today. Maay men-now* la the army. It .waa eflHelnad. will be retained to eare OS. twfis stows of equipment remaining on hand. ■Mr. Baker announced some time aad. thai the army would be reduced to th* peace time atrength provided Id tbe natloaal defense act by September SO. At that time, however, there still will remain In the army a number ot men enlisted for tha emergency. ' These 'trill be released as rapidly aa they can be replaced by volunteer*. R. B. SHOPMEN GO BACK. By AsaociaUd Pr... to Th* B*-***-* . Portsmouth. O., Ang. lt—Eight hundred ahopmen employed at the Norfolk aad Western terminals at Bast Portsmouth, who went ea a atrike laat Friday, returned to < their work thlp mort-lnf in compliance with a vote taker,by the men late yesterday afternoon. Shopmen at Clare and Kenova, affiliated with the Ideal federation, also returned to werk. IIJTO HITS STREET W About ten o'clock Tuesday morning a olty atreet ear and a Chrevolet auto owned bp Clarence Beck of MT Weat W*yn* atreet aad driven by Mrs. Beck | nnlHdrd at Wayne and Union. The auto waa going aaat on Wayn* aad tht ov on Union. Tba Ooat of the Chrev* olat wae damaged/- No one waa injured. Mark* en th* street ear Indicate that the anto struck about the middle of tha street car. /^ OANO COOT TONIGHT Fred Xaetsel WS Be Soloist At PebH. Square Concert. The AlUanoe City bead win give a concert tonight at T:S* o'clock an the public square. Frsd Xaetasl wm b* piccolo aoMaL Th* program announo •d by Director to Blnkendoft. is aa fed By Associated Pre** to The Review Lorain. O., Aug. IS.—State bank examiners and the board of directors of the City Beak Issued a statement at noon today that a shortage of $100,000 has been found in the banfc'e accounts snd that H. W. Treble of Lorain, assistant cashier af the bank haa absconded. The officials of the bank declare that the deposlton are amply protected by the bank's resources. Th* dlrectora ot the bank issued the following statement: "Directon ot the City Bank of South Lorain on August S discovered irregularities in the affairs of the bank. Investigation was at once begun. On the same day W. W. Treble, assistant cashier of toe bank disappeared. "State Superintendent of Banks Oeorge Walters on making an examination discovered a shortage of approximately $100,000. This loss is completely covered by the bank's surplus Investments and securities. "Vice President ot the Bank, R. L. Rankin, for thirty yeara cashier of the National Tube company at Lorain Is the depositors are safe and aubject to- thelr order." This announcement is made by the offlcera ead dlrectora of the bank. A statement from State Bank Examiner Oeorge Wai ten reads: "On examination ot thto bank I find depositors money intact and In no danger. The bank la strongly fortified with a surplus and undivided profits aaore thaa sufficient to meet the loss. The bank will oontlnue ta business strongly supported by the high quality of its loans and Investments." The bank is ln a part of the elty in which people of several foreign countries live. There was no run on the bank, only a few depositors withdrawing their money. The capital stock of the City Bank Is $100,000 fully paid in. Surplus and profits were $66,000, according to the last reports and deposits $1,900,660. Offlcera of the bank are Charles Fell of Elyria. president; B. L. Rankin of Elyria, vice president; Walter'Da vies of Lorain, cashier, aad W. W. Treble ln charge of the bank. The funds of of Lorain, assistant cashier EsXpeet Light Vote; May Not Exceed 1,800; little Interest At the hour of going to press the primary election Is progressing quietly. The question of a school tax levy of two mills and the Issuance of city bonds to the amount of $100,000 for parks and Bllblio play grounde have failed lt Is believed to stir dormant votes to action. The hope for a fair vote centers in the expected rush to vote at a late hour Of course ther* la little upon which to base an estimate of the total vote oi the elty. Members of the election board are content to let their estimate of a total vote ot 2,000 remain at teat figure. A some of the voting pre* clncta an estimate or one third of the electors who will cast a vote Is made Whieh would mean about 1.600 votes for the dty. The estimate therefore la placed at between 1,600 and 1.000, Oa* thing ehouid not be forgotten, the pea* opened at t-.so etty tto** toll Tirr****F which gav* to* shop esan but Uttle tim* to vote befor* going to* thalr work et to* ahop. These wm hav* ample tint* to vote after thalr dayt work ia completed aa the poll* wm not close until 6:S0 p. m. etty tone. There will be ample ttm* tor our reader* entitled to vote to go to the voting booth and eaat a ballot after reading thi*. At leaat one half of the electors of the cltj should vote today. Th* Democrata are very tardy ln voting will make a poor Showing unle*. they turn out at the eleventh hour Whioh 1* aot probable. At 2 o'clock from precinct* visited tb* par cent of Republican* voting aa compared to the Democrat* waa ln the ratio of about 0 to 1. If you have not voted, go to the polls aad vote. Tou can vote until 6:10 p. m. By Associated Press to The Review Canton. O. Aug.. 12.—Canton vote" today, la addition to naming municipal candidate*, ar* deciding whether thla city ahall la*ue f 1,2(0,000 bonds for improvement and extension of its water works system. By Associated Press to Ths Ravtew Steubenville, O., Aug. Its—Keen interest baa been aroused over today's Republican primaries her*. The may- orality contest between Russell Prioe and WUllam Herb, both mill men la responsible for a large vote. The board of election* announced 600 classed as new voters. Roy R. Carpenter, prosecuting attorney, requested all election officials, or any one, report to him illegal voting or any attempt to Illegally vote on* the part of any one, for the purpose of prosecution. LH DRIFT IS RESULT OF British Plan Not Used, Miller Tells Senate Committee. DRAFTS SUBMITTED BY POUR NATIONS Memoranda on American Plan Was Sent to Envoys. By Associated Press to Th* Review Columbus, O., Aug., 12.—Primary elections are being held te practically every olty, village and township ln Ohio tHtay. Issues to b* decided are entirely local ones. Most cities will vote on aehool bond*. By Associated Pram te fh* Revftw Cincinnati, Ot, into. XL—Cincinnati elector* are voting tt%y oo 11 bond isBue* tor atreet and p war Improve- _n*nt* totalling $S,78I,M0 and primary •taction candidate* tor city auditor Judge et th* aeparotr dealt, ehtaf luetic* aad two judges of municipal court, and three candidates for members ol the board of education. By Associated Press to Ths Rsvlew Columbu*, Ow Aug.. IS.—In connection wtth the municipal primary election today, Columbua voters are voting oa a two mm additional school levy for higher **l*rl«* for teacher* and a $1.- 432,662 bond issue for new school buildings and Improvements. Two municipal Judges aad toor councilman are to be nominated. A referendum vote la being taken on an ordinance to increase street car tare from eight to six tickets tor a quarter. By Assoelated Press to The Review Cleveland, O, Aug., IS.—Cleveland is voting today te favor of a two mill tax levy aad a $4,000,000 bond issue which are expected to furnish sufficient funds for maintaining the school* at their present standard, according to predictions of board of education official* who flatted many of the election booths thla morning. A light vote ia being polled bnt no eeriona oppaltlon to the propositions were In. sight during tbe early voting; By Associated Press to The Bevlew Lima. O., Aug. IS.—Th* onto Interest ln today'* primary to la eto bond Issue* submitted by the dty. One to to build a municipal eleetrle system. By Aasoclated Press to The Review Waahington. D. C. Aug.. 12/—Th* plan for a League of Natlona used ae a basis of discussion at Versailles wu not any of th* drafts submitted by th* United States, Great Britain, France or Italy, but was a combination of all ot them, the Senate Foreign Relations committee was told today by David Hunter Stiller, legal adviser to the League of Nation* commission at Versailles Chairman Lodge said Prealdent Wilson had told the committee at the White Houm ln March that the British plan drawn by Oeneral Smuts, was used as a basis of consideration but ths witness protested that such was not hi* recollection. The plan taken a* a basis of discussion said he was modeled to some extent on the other plans, but lt waa not the Smuts plan. The witness said he had submitted memoranda on the American plan, but did not see the finished product until lt was. printed ln the form transmitted to th* committee yesterday by President Wilson. 'Where did the plan come from":* asked Senator Lodge. . "I suppose it came from the President". "What became of ttr*. "I think lt was submitted to the cotn- mlslson on the League of Nation*. I did'nt personally have anything to dc with it". THREE KILLED INSTANTLY IS STARK ELECTRIC GAR RITS AUTO HEAR CANTON Father, Son and Nephew of Son Meet Tragic Deaths Three Miles East of the Conntyseat—Victims Were Riding in Automobile Across Grade Crossing When Inter* urban Struck Machine—Roy Wilson 36, of Canton, Andrew Wilson, 65 and Clifford Hindson, 13, of Peoria, Illinois, Are Killed—Two of Victims on Visit When Accident Occurred. v v v SUGAR PRICE TOO HIGH Secretary et Chela Store* Co- Te Fee* Federal rronecatloa. By Associated Press te Th* Reviser Wheeling, W. Va., Aug., IL—John Bl Wilson, agent of the Department eg Justice here, announced late y**terday that he would recommend federal prop ecutlone of Oeorg* B. Hevener, of Baltimore, Md., secretary of tta* C. D. Kenny company chain of 100 stores on the charge that Hevener ordered the sale of sugar at a higher figure than government regulation*. R. Oardner, local manage of the Kenny company testified at a food price inquiry her* yesterday, that Havener had ordered him to sell sugar at $10.20 per 100 pounds, while Government regulations prohibit sales at wholesale for more than tl.tl per 100. MARINES ARE HONORED ol NOTICE MAOCA_M«»l AH Maccabees ere requested to meet at Btoae Blaek Teat No. II toalgbt at t:tt to ga to the hom* of the Tata -_-Wa>*Airi*mmmtoSm_ttaBtl; —-W. to Klmee, to WL COMPETENT CLERK WANTED" *T "RATIONAL MUSIC CO, J EAT MORRIS* QUALITY BREAD AND HOME-MADE PA8TERIE8. 771 SO. ARCH. AND MAIN STRUT MARKET NOOSE. ' Take Brtltgl.1a-.ttee_Me.Ba' FEDERAL PRODUCTS. NUF BED. March Mystic CaU—King. * Oemtiur*» BMiamian Olrl Tt*tt*. The Navy Blue n*g Jacobs. staccato Polka. Btrana*. Piccolo *olo—"Tta* Stiver King"— Hart man, Mr. l"T*d Kn*ta*L .- Popular Air* Ot Today*—Lamp*. China** Intenneaao—King. Song from Welssx Dougla* Th* Star Spangted Banner. TO COMF1BM FAUOUL By Aasoclated IT*— to Th* Bavtew Waahington. D. C Aug., U_—Confirmation by. the Senate of .tba nomination jj A. Mltchil Palmer te be Attornei Oeneral, wea recommended ta a unanimous report today by th* Senate Judl- dary •ub-coramltte* which ha* been holding bearings oa tka appolntssant Chairman DOPngham aald he beltov*** the full anaaiiH.etfjBaeld approve tb* gommendatlon. Favorable actios bar tha Baoate alee la ezpaeted. SPECIAL WEDNESDAY" P. M. AUGUST 13, 1919. EXTRA TRAIN ALLIANCE TO MEYER'S LAKE AND RETURN. ROUND TRIP Ota INCLUDING WAR TAX. CAR* LEAVE ALLIANCE STATION, ilM P. M.I CARS LEAVE MEYER'S LAKE, 10*30 P..-M., CABS. W.I4i-JByN DIRECT TO THE LAKE, NO CHANOfe AT CANTON AND SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS AT THE PARK THEATER. SPECIAL TICKETS OOOD ON SPS- OIAL TRAIN ONLY, AND SALE LIMITED m*JML THS STARK ELECTRIC R. R. CO. BRADY ON THE STAKE COMPETENT CLERK WANTED AT NATIONAL MUSIC CO, Follows Cohaa** Salt ia Bffort To Bad Strike, Br A»*ociated Press to Ike Bevtow New Tork. N. Y- Aug.." It.—Actors now manager*, who kaee aat appeared beta* th* footlights te yesr* ar* bates fqrc*d ta appear te play* th*y aee pre- ■anting At th* *trike called by the Ac tCH* Equity A**oclaUon, WUUam A Brady fallowing the toed of O-aor-g* M Cohan, announced today that h* would play the tarn Wa buthr la hie production of "At »:«," whan that atop reopen* thto wes Chart** Hopbine, aleo a atfnager win appear with Mir. Brady. . One attraction, re-opened laat night, leaving ten hou*** «UU desk. Killed As Auto Wheel j Collapses; Four Injured By Assoelated Prs** ta Th* Rsvlew Youngstown, O.. Aug- U.—Miss Ou*- •t* Oreenbaum of New Tork wa* Instantly killed early todey and fear othar pweon* wer* »er_ou«_y Injured when a treat wheel of thalr auto collapsed ea the nnrtiln* waa running along a city aUe»L causing the ear te turn turtle. OtotO STATB MSB STII_S OUT. My Aaaoelated Pr*** to The B*vtew Toungstown, Ol. Aug, ttt Wo **ttle- mantrEea b**n reached la th* atrlk* ef H etectfteisns and upMtia* of 'ttaa Ohio Bone Telephone oompany which haa beea la pragr*** her* for *everal w**ks.-Ther walked oaf erlth the Bell employ** asking wag* Increase* and iwuaiiltlaa of the union. Th* B*U em ptor** cam* to aa agreement and ra- turned to werk two wssks sgo. SPECIAL PRICES ON OREEN BEANS POR CANNING ALL THIS WERK AT MARKET HOUSE OR FARM. W. H. RICKARD. DANCE— . e* .V***#M».*AHfrS*ARKSLK> TRIO EMPLOYEES. ELLMAC HALL TUESDAY, AUOUST 12. WALLACE VOCAL ORCHESTRA. SI PEf COUPLE. auto elec-l emteVm W?[Wr tat MeltoOB Are. HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE. IS EAST. MARKET. BOTH OF J. F. WOOLF Depaty Revenue Collector Bern In Berlla Towaaklp, Btoa At Toanga- tewa—Brother te Mra. W. H* Clark J. P. Woolf, deputy revenue ooUector of Toungstown, a brother to Mr*. W. H. Clark ot Allianoe. died Monday afternoon at on* o'clock from pneumonia his age being W yeara. Mr. Woolf wa* bent ts Berlin township, Mahoning county aad to w*U known tar people throughout all that county.' At oa* ttm* prforly h* wai a ttoputj revaaue collector, than becoming assistant managar of the Ohlc State Talapheo* Company at Toungatown. later agate baeemlng IkBuli collector of revenue. Ia hto early year_ h* took a course of study te ML Onion ooUag*. A wit* end thre* chUdren surviv* te- gsthsr with the following brother* aad •later*:—Attorney W. B. Woolf. Toungatown, Oliver WooU, .Waahington D. Cm Mra. W. J. MePheraon, Toungstown, Mra. O. I_. CUne, Mineral Ridge Mra. Jam** Weaanar, Milton aai Mra W. H. Clark, dlllanc* Fumral eewBeie ^B*edne*day from tke Toungteown kern* at 1:M o'clock, burial to be made at Toungatown. REMICAHKOTE At M a. m. *Oataambamd the Bern** ecatto Yet* Six te Oaa. Attorney Sydney Oelger of tt* eleo- Oon board mad* a trip to th* eerarel vptlng place* ef tke elty b*tws»u the hoar* of s s_nd 10:10 a. m. today te re- hoa_m " rottng waa prograasIng to* reported m total at M IHpiMlnsn vote* end 41 democratic vat** eeat ia the «*ty. In thre* precinct* aat a democratic -rote had b**a eaat et tk* three Mr. Oetger vteited the voting Fourth Brigade Beeelves Homsge Batlonal Capital. By Associated Pr*** to Th* Review Waahington. D. C. Aug:, 11.—The national capital waa prepared today to pay fitting tribute to the 8,000 heroei of the Fourth Brigade of Marine* whose gallantry at Chateau Thierry Belleau Wood and other decisive conflicts has become a tradition of the war, when they awing dowa the flag bordered reaches of Pennsylvania avenue and pass ln review before the Prstdent. It la thalr laat parade and mark* a fitting climax to th*_T record of service They will return to Quentico, after the review aad tonight maay of them will be on their way home tor demobilisation of the Fourth Brigade 1* to be be* gun at once. 1 lIMjlOW Let* la FUlng ef PetlttoB* aai Names Be Hot Appear ea Ballets. Th* name of Miss Mahal Hartaell doe* not appear upon th* democratic ticket aa a candidate for member of the school board. Miss HartseU had her petition abundantly signed but fsiled to gat tt la the hand* of th* county election board te time for her name to appear upon the aehool board ballot. Ralph Henry who waa to b* th* democratic candidate for city treasurer, al- 'ao failed to file hla petition toliav* hi* nam* printed on the ballots being voted today. OAS IS .STBVCK. J. H. Sohlagel, Tuesday, received Word that a big gas weU had bMn •truck oa property adjoining territory h* haa teaaad near ParryvUl*. Pa. about fourteen minute* out of Plttaburgh. Mr Sohlagel baa oil and gaa right* aa aboat four hundred acre* and oil M betas Ptolded juat across a read from this land. Ba expects to begin drilUng at an early date. PBIHCB OF WAXES LARDED ___ ___.__*_* 4_w*. jroHirs. By Amodated Pram to The Ravtew St. John*. N. F, Aug. Its—Th* Prince of Wate* landed here at noon today and rode through ea enthusiastic crowd hoaW' tare milM et olty streets ovar whtoh decorated arches had been erect to BAdk FROM OVERSEA. AUlaaee relatlree and frienda have received word that Corporal _, 0. Harlan of the TJ. 8. Marlaee has ar- rrred from overeea* aerrlee. STATED ASSEMBLY OF ALU- A triple fatality wa* recorded, Tuesday morning, ln the hlatory of th* Stark Electrlo Railroad company, when an automdblle was struck at "Doud'B" Lane, a private crossing of th* Canton-Alliance line and located about three miles east of Canton, aear ths Miller farm, the victims of the accident being Boy Wilson, aged 86, who resided near the scene of the accident; Andrew Wilson, aged H, of Peoria, m. father of Roy Wilson, and Clifford Hindson, aged 13 years, of Peoria, nl., a nephew of Boy Wilson. Tbe ear. No. ll, which struck the automobile laft Canton at nine .o'eloek thla morning and according to the report made to Oeneral Manager F. Is. Mowry, was running at a speed of aboat SO or 40 mllee per hour. Wben the car waa within about SO or 60 feet of the lane tbe automobile appeared. BB te thto time it being obscured by a cornfield extending along tbe ear track. Tbe power was abut off tbe car and the air applied, th* car etep* ping at a dtotance of about four polee nam the crossing. Ike aato, a Kls- eel touring ear, with trailer, wae •truek at tbe center. Th* trainmen and passengers hurried to the scan* end found that three peraon* had been ■truck aad killed. A call was sent to Cantftn and an ambulance sent to the scene of tbe accident to take charge of the bodies. There wer* twenty-three persons on tbe electric car at the time ot the mishap. Tbe motorman had blowa hi* whistle for an approaching atop but those ln the auto apparently did not hear nor heed the warning and drove directly upon the track, tb* auto lt to said going at a speed of about 15 miles per hour. Th* elder Mr. Wilson and the Hindson boy were guests at the home of Roy Wileon. The pilot of the electric car was considerably damaged by the accident. Three Killed by Train. By Associated Press to Th* Review Marlon, O., Aug. IS.—Mr. and Mrs. Charle* Tobln and daughter of Delaware, were killed when their automobile waa struck by a Big Four passenger train at Agosta, near here at 8:30 this morning. Tbe Toblns' were enroute to Van Wert, Ohio, when the accident occurred. Mrs. Tobin and the daughter were killed Instantly and Mr. Tobln died while being rushed to a hospital. ANOE COUNCIL Ne. Tit R. * S. M mVtr.)HO.Yr\ '_*_—•■ KINDLING WOOD FOR THE ASKING AT W. H. PURCBLLS NEW -TESIDENC-r-Oh -SOT UNTORT- "SEE _*_J_ HEkfr*WMO-# OajAJt. a. BIERY ON THE JOB. WANTEO—EXPERIENCED ACETY- ELENE WELDERS, PRESS OPERATORS AMD HELPERS. TRANSUE- WILLIAMS STAMPING DEPT. Try Sharer* OtotABf,^tffafr '. FEDERAL PRODUCTS. NUF SEa 7 O'CLOCK. INITIATION ANO IN- 8TALLATION. LUNCH WILL BB SERVED. WANTED—EXPERIENCED ACETY- ELENE WELDERS/ PRESS OPEN* ATORS AND HELPERS. TRANSUE* Wit 1 IAMB STllM^MMMPOPT. SkaiWalhssMrs tot MJCfc e_m. P-irar Garretson Alleges Officials Tried to Discredit U. S. Ownership. By Aaaoclated PreM to Th* Ravtew Weshlngton, D. C, Aug. 11.—A B. Garretson. former bead of the Order of Railway Conductors, told the Hous* Inter-State Commerce committee today tbat operating ofBclsls ln charge ef railroads during government control were actuated by tbe one desire of demonstrating that government ownership was not best for the coun- *"*__. Exactly the same operating forof that built up a great surplus before the' war created thto big deficit," Garretson said. There could be no real teet aa to government operation so long as the future disposition ot the roada had not been determined. Every effort wae made to convince the people that private management waa best "When the railroad official prays be tuna his tace to Well Street but onee lt la demonstrated, for Instance, that management la future will center ia Washington, I am euro he will serve the government ae earnestly aa ks served the old masters la the peat' Dlecuaalng the-Plumb plea far tripartite control of the roade. Mr. Oer- retson said lt "utterly demolished capital account, while the other plana submitted to congress added to It until the grandchildren ef the present generation would stagger under the load." HOLD UJLjWn Amerieaa MUitary Anthoritle* Demand M*xieaas Selea» Private. By Associated Ptms to Ths lto*/i*w Laredo, T-nr- Aug.. 13.—United State. military authorltlM her* hav* demand- ed tb* release of Private Celectlno Flora*, Thirty-seventh Infantry, arrested Sunday la Neuro Laredo. Mexico, charged with being a FeUz Dlas conspirator. Eto weat to Monro Laredo to civilian attire to wltneae a prise fight aad la altog* d to hav* mad* antl- carransa utterance*. Flora*, aa American dtlsen. born tn Laredo, —***-*>-** some Oaea ago te the Amerloaa army. Th* M»«_oan authorltlM told the military officers here that Flora* would be held pending Instruction* from Mexico City. A report has been eeat to Waahington. BMPLOTBS BBCAMB BMFLOTEB8 AFTBB THET GOT WAR! RAISE By Aaaoelated Press to Tb* Bevtew Genoa. Italy. July Ifc—(Correspondence of tha iSTT-'-*"•* Prses)/—Oenoe longshoreman recently converted tham mtt-m Into 34 hour* from striking work mea to employer* ef labor. They obtained through the atrlk* a day wag* rate of M-M, aad the following day hired other man ter thalr Joha at $3 a Bar, thereafter tiring may V—m on the remaining SIM for eight hour* man- eg-Hmert ef the two dollar a day under- Has. Rmlaiii i* "of , strike winning wtth roll null subletting of Jobs according to tba Cteaaa Maa haa been prevalent during tha intermittent troubtaa MauugUut Itety. . . FIXES SUGAR PRICE AT 12c. • , • > Chicago, 111.. Aug. IS.—(By . . , ■ the Assoolated Press)—Henry •, • • C Boloph, tat eharge of the fed-, • • , set- foodtedmlntstra.ion's sugar ,, < > kureaa today aet 13 cents a a • , > pound aa a fair priee of tbe com- , • • • modify to the consumer. He de- •, ., dared that any retail price ln , • • • excess of this figure "was out* •. ., rageous profiteering." -J- • • For several weeks grocers . • • • hare charged as hlgb as 16 cents . • •, a pound. 4* i++oii?ir+++ _ MEET SEPTEMBER 1 By Associated Preaa to Th* Review Q-mp Sherman, ChiUlcothe, O., Aug., 13.—The flrat reunion of the seventy- five thousand membera of the flighty Third Division, tha first Ohio draft troop* to be trained at Camp Sherman, Will b* held te Columbus on September 1, Labor Day, according to announcement here today. Th* formal turning over of th* color: of tb* different organization* of tbe di- vlalon te tk* custody of the stata, the perfecting of a permanent organization aai a general get-together meeting and good time wiU be the big features of th* reunion. Officers of the division plan to get word to every one of the 76.000 former members of the division ln order that all may attend. Army officiate are endeavoring to obtain special excursion rates on the railroads. Special trains will run from various points ef the stato arriving early la the morning and leaving the eame day. Different points ln the capital etty WlU be designated later ai rallying polnta for the members of the various units. Major General E. F Glenn, commanding officer at Camp Sherman, who commmanded the eighty third division overseas is ln charge of plans tor the reunion. INVOKE FEDERAL ACTION Facte and data are being collated la the controversy over prloe with the West Virginia Gas company by the peopl* of Salem, the** to be forwarded to tb* Federal Fuel Administration at Washington, through Senat/ Pomer- •n*. The effort made la for the licensing ot gss tha same a* food. The action la being made under provisions ef tbe Lever Food and Fue' measure, lt wea said. P. A. O'Connor of Salem went to ClevAwd today for a conference regarding the matter. jm_IMth-L *-_^—_t} Two-first ctoae fireosea fgTSaboi*^ err bettor. 8teady work, good waeee; 100 ake* smb. steady work. Apply at Tha Employers' AeeocUUoa. rooms Qe_m.Cn- Sariag* Baak ft Trust Co. building fadng publfl aqaare. LOT OR SOUTH UNION AVENUE FOR SALX AT A BAHRAIN IP SOLD _____»» HT7NGABIAB DECI8IOB WAITS FOB INTBB-ALLIBD BBFOBT. By Associated Prs** to Tb* Review Pert*. France Aug, 13.—The peace conference, tt wae apparent today wUl take no further action te tb* Hungarian aituatlon until the Inter-AUled mUitary mission whlc baa been sent to Budapest make* lta report. Brigadier General Harry H. Bandholts, tbe Amerieaa representative on the mission, reacheii the Hungarian capital Monday, tb* Ann rlcan peace delegation waa advised today. The general haa aot yet been able to send a report on th* situation In t-tidapest. STOLEN APTO RECOVERED. Salem, p., Aug, 13.—Aa auto belonging to George Rogers bokkeeper tsr the Andalusia Dairy Company stolen y«- terday morning wa* recovered laat —WANTED— m ORAY ANO MALkEABLE IRON MOULDERS, CAR PARE REFUND- BD AFTER SO OAVS. ADDRESS DUBBIN FOUNDRY COMPANY, filet ANO BORD AVE., EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL. ft( j*** IfeM.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-08-12|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||August 12, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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