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The people who tm Interested to renting ptOpeity will 8ee and _onsider yonr ad m the claeaified. Maybe your dollar will buy more today than yeaterday. Read the store ada and find out '***-]L*;. i^M-mj^m_n-nmmmm_m^ S^^^T^-' •• *V* m\m% AND LEADER THE WEATHER. m Hllluto a _ reeebly Theraday i ( ts_ RarosMrter <M0 ll 3U with rain probable ran istoaH partly eiee* ftnai f*_t aad prebaMy Tharadayi Co*Ier Than r ttAt latleatlag aa* toMet temperetan etoadyi aaat wtadt VOL. xxm, NO. 8. TWELVE PAGES. ALUANCE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1919. TWO CENTS—DEUVE 2c A WEEK. IS KRESS HIS M TO DEFINE Senate Judiciary Sab-Committee Asserts Plan If * Needed. Consideration of Treaty to fie .Expedited by Committee Senator Hitchcock Tells Foreign Relations Committee Early Action Must Be Taken er Be Would Attempt T<f Force Vote on Treaty in the Senate. ELABORATE BRIEF Also presented Many Court,Decisions Are Cited and Precedents Quoted. f- Ry'Aeeoclatad Pr«M V>. Tba Bevlew Washington, Tt. C, .tug- IL—T0 secure uniform and efOdent administration and enforcement of tbe prohibition law, eonsreea Meetly haa the rlabt to define what li Intoxicating liquor, tbe Senate Judiciary aub-commlttee held in a formal report filed today on tbe amended Houae prohibition enforcement law. *, la aUpport of ita contention, tha aub- oommlttee appended an elaborate brief, undaratood to hava been prepared by oounael Cor the Anti-Saloon League of Amerlae, cltlns many court declatone and precede ta. Only a few explanation for th« changes made la tha Houae WB ware contained in tha report. In.aome caeee tba report aald. tbe Houaa provisions were Mgarflnl aa unneceeaarlly burden* aome. No reason waa cited for adding tha provleiOB to permit home manufao tare and aaa of light winea aad elder. DOMESTIC TROUBLES EHDjU TRAGEDY Oeidener Kllla Wife, Fatally Wounda n. Tame Takaa Hla Own Life. By Aaaoclated Preaa to The R.vlew Waahington, D. C_, Aas. It.—-At a atormy aeaalon today the Senate Foreign- Relatione committee agreed to expedite conalderatloa of tbe pea treaty. Re-reading of dlaputod eeo- .tloaa and the consideration of poeai- bta amendments'will begin tomorrow. Senator Httohoock, Nebraaha, ranking Democrat of tbe eotnmlttoe, araa understood to ban told the committee that aniens there mi early committee afllow aa> attempt Witt ha made to force a vote on the treaty ta the Senate. <-. Chairman Lodge and other* were understood to have expressed aaaent to the propoaal to haatan the oommlt- tee'a eonaideratlon, bnt Senator Fall, Republican, New Mexico, waa aald to hava taken the poaltlon that any pre- elpltate action would he impracticable. It* bearings on the peaee treaty completed, the Senate Foreign Relatione committee turned tta attention to Mexico aad Columbian questions today, wlille In the Senate alao tha plan of leaden waa to lay aalde tem porarily tbe Issuea ot tbe treaty light aad tak* ap ether business. Meantime, however, there waa a revival ot Intaraat to the proposal for a defnlto reservation program along tbe Una* recently agreed on by aeven Republican senators. In Informal dieeusstons among senatora, possible acceptance of the program by Senator Lodge, tbe Republican leader, a central feature of totoneL Leadera of the reeervation group aaid thay were -Mty kopetol ' that Mr. Lodge weald agree to their aaaa, but the party leader himself had no announcement t% make. Within a few "daya tt la expected there will be a eonference of the reservation advocates erlth Senator Lodge aad other Republlcana. 8hould> a mora-or more eome to aa agreement oa reservations, it la believed negotiation* will begin With- democratic leadera With a view to finding a mld- Stanitead.lia whieh the treaty ean ba ratified with reservatio'i la the near fatnre. 80 far, however, the administration forces have abown ao sign of abandoning their fight for unre- ratification. 1HFHT OK If. C. L Commerce and Labor Departments Seek Funds of Congress. WAR DEPARTMENT REDUCES PRICES 84,000 Dozen Eggs Are Seized at Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr A#*o*i»t*d Praaa to The Revl.w ClnetoaaU, 0_> Aug. 18.—Charlee ener, 41 yeara old, a gardener, abet killed bis wife Flora, fatally ounded hia step-son. Noble Thlman, ttan .phot and killed himself here rly today. Qntener who had been living apart * from hla wife sought fear at ber home - on 0*-jue avenue today. 'A little boy ta the neighborhood waa the only Ooa who heard the shots aad R waa notantU the lad gave the alam that neighbors Investigated. They ' found the bodies of tha husband and wife Mag oa tha Soar of the second atory bedroom aad Hohle Thleman '_ -maa -* at yeara aM apparently ta the tbroee af 'mim. Wrlthiag on the dln- fc_g nam floor below, "^.t Oruener aad Ua wife have had do- jttotm trouble* and thla la given as the eanee for the tragedy. On July 2< the Orneners were la police court ha dtoorderly conduct chsirges and later Via. Oruener entered salt for divorce. SHOOT-NO AT WACO. Canton, O., Aug U.—Clarence Hlg- gtaa. It, ef Waoo. la now la tha Stan _ oeanty Jell, awaiting arraignment oa a - Okane of shooting and wounding Wilbur Shearer, 14. The alleged shooting ecearred late Monday evening on a fam sear Waco, where Higglns Is em- told Taeailsi Burning hear the Shooting occurred. Re said that •tat boya, among whom was Shearer, agate to the farm on which he work* lata Monday evening for the purpose of picking berries. ^Jb aaid that ha told them to gat of the farm. They refused to leave, aooordlng to tta boy. **I threw stone* at thaat hot did aot hae* any intention of hitting them,- aald Hlgglna. "Tspy wealdnt leave mm tarn, ao I took aay gaa gal. ahot" ■_*_' The bullet struck tbe hoy on the anra> last below the elbow. Tbe aaa whieh Hlggfae «*ed waa a St-cailber ita*. tt la alleged that the boy hi weak* minded, ana that ha haa beea despondent daring tho past few weeks. CHURCH CIRCLE MNTt. A huaineee meeting ot the Second HagMst churoh circle ana held laat evening at the home of Mra. Johnson, Weet Main street, a most i^tereetlng aad pleaatat time being had. htr. aad Mra. Oeorge Hall were epeclal gueeta. Splendid refreshments wan eerved. Mrs. J. B. Holmes, wife of the pastor la president of the circle. Mrs. Boll, secretary. . ■apswaai still hatFhopk. By Aaaoelated Preee to The tte Ugh ' AUentic City. N. J. Aug. UpcaBeUev- tan* nuilafou et feeling egalnst prohibition oan ba concentrated for a re. aaat af tbe Uquor stetutea, the brewers e< the notion have ealled m tte confer- onee her* tor September tl. The aaeet- imm_m.amA.wm-. meeting* *~at warren. | J. H. Holme*, paator of the 1 Baptist ehureh is assisting thia to A seriee of meetings being bold la the charch at Waitan. SPECIAL WEDNESDAY P. M. AUOUST It, ltlt. EXTftA TRAIN ALUANCE TO MEYER'S LAKE ANO RETURN. ROUND YiifF tto Ht* eUlfllWi WAR TAX. CARS LEAVR- ALMAMCB STATION, g:R) P. M.; CARS LEAVE MEYER'S LAKE, 10:10 f. to. CAIN WILL RUN DIRECT TO THE LAKE, NO CHANOE AT CANTON AND SPECIAL ATTRAC- TIOMS AT THE PARK THEATER. - AREOIAL TICKETS GOOD ON BPS- V DIAL TRAIN ONLY, AND RALE r*VLtMiTaa to mo. the stark ELECTRIC R. R.CO. SH MISSING LOIN BHDJU. RETURN By Aseoelated Preee to The Wttl*. Lorain, O., Ang. It.—-The director* of (he City Bank, of Booth Lenta, today Issued the felloe Im statement: "The directors desire to anaonnoe they have esked for and received the resignation Of W. A. Device, cashier aad secretary of the Olty Banh on tbe. ground that he was partly reeponslble fw the loss to the bean ef witch thi publlo bas been informed." Br Associated Preaa to The Review Lorain, 0_, Aug. 11.—William W. Treble, adntag assistant cashier of the City Bank, Rao to acoased by bank official* of having loot more than 1100,000 ot the beak's fund* by etook speculation, Is expected by Ma Mends to return Jim voluntarily to face the thargea. «_LvA v Treble's frlapls maintain they have been to ooainwiuleallna with kte ataag hla dlsappearanoe men thaa a week ago aad declare that Treble wlU re* turn-to Lorain In a abort time.'%__% Benk official**1 spy Treble need the bank's endit without sanotion or aa- of Irregularlttea In bl* amounts Jaat previously to hi* dleappearaaee. Tha recent big alump ln the atoek market la aald to have toroad Treble to draw on the bank to an attempt to cover hi* margins. _-*)*•; In toe meantime, ban* officials and state bank examiner* wen continuing their auditing af the. bank's books to eatobliah exactly bow muoh tha sbort- •4*e Is. - \M_ '■; mrjojH STRIKE By Aaaoclated Frua to The Review , Chicago, ni., Aug. It.—Many Chicago theaters may be "dark" toalght ea the -feaalt of a meeting of aetora early thla mon_tog, at which ifJRaa decided a atrike started laet laat and which reaulted la the closing of the Cort and OMban*a grand theatrea. ahonld be extended to. ott'> houses today to sympathy AL_ the striking aetora to New Tork. , The closing of thi Cort aad Cohan'a followed the arrival from New Tork of Franeta Wilson, preeident of ttto Bqulty Association of Anton and Artists. As aeon nana had oommun- iaated with membOBt tftti aaocla- tioa to the caste at the two play- hoases, the principals gave notice tp tha aiauagaia jjg_t tl_ywesld aot appear to thf nlght^-ejlonnancea. Similar action wad averted at the La Sallatheatro, by tha management hurriedly placing an orchestra In the "L .rglee of tka a*eocla*4cm prevent- f a Walkout by performer* after Am orchestra la seated. Thertnahager ;- Of >."vy60d8-theaftrd a8_»ihbl<*>rtto ae* l^k^^f^^^&TiiSd^fm tori/tn the stage, ordered toe door* am. The/ *}** :**T-J?**1*■•**} tom••tai.tftui ul read a leral warning PORT MJUIHI Opealag Te Medltemaaaa is CeasMer* _.,y_- marSm»t*m. CeaaeO. jJL-SaiKi Pari* Pranoe, Aug, V*j|_-»<Hsvaa Agenoy)^-The euprem* council, to* 'Echo De Pari* aaya la preparing tc give Bulgaria en opening te toe Medlt- erraaaea Sea through either Dedeag- atoh or Kavala. Tbe territory surrounding the part eelected would, be ntutral_ead***_nd placed under a etatuf stmllar to Danslg. ityS that portion ot Thrace given Bulgaria at toe oloaa of the Balkan wave included Pedtagattlh Tba Bulgarian. aad Oerman built tt railroad trom Can-, tral Bulgaria to Dedeenateh. Giri Bona to Death. By Associated Pi eea to The Review Amherst, O, Aug.. 1».—Alice Roto, 14 waa burned to death aad her mother Mta Lout* Roth, IMi badly Injured today wben a karoasne exploalon in their bane aft Ore to toe gtrte drssa. Tb* mother tried to extlnguiah toe fiaa but tailed. She managed however to aave alx ether children wbo were In the hoaae. locked aad reed n Jmaml Warning againat the pesformora falling to go On with tte ahow. . The managemeats ot all Ate theaters held a meeting early today at which nits for damagea era said to ban been decided npon against striking aetora. MfSjST TDK Say PiOMdsat wm Tete Bepeal ef -. BaySght Saviags Bin. Br Assoelated Preaa te The Review Waahington, D. C, Aug, IL—President Wilaon. It waa aald today, will an* to toe law proposing rspaal of thr "daylight eavtags" aot. The measure hae been "before the President slnoe August • and he la expected to return tt to congress before thf ead of the week. Effort* to pass tha agricultural Mil wtth tts repeal rider over the Preel dent'e Tete tailed last month aaat leaden in both toe Honae and Senate doubt that the two thirds majority neon eery to paaa tha repeal law over the ex ecutlve'e head oan be mustered. By Associated Pr.ss to The Review Waahington, D. C, Aug. IS.—Appropriations aggregating nearly $1,000,000 wtth which to help carry ont toe Preel* dent's suggestions tor reducing the eaat of living, were aaked of congress today hy the Commerce and Labor Department. . To meet reductions recently made by retailers, a new scale af prices for surplus foodstuffs wm pat Into effect today by the War Department Roast beef waa reduced from ft.lt to |1.»0 per six pound can; bacon from U to 31 oents per pound, and number three cans of heaps from* 11 to t cents. Prices oa other items wen reduced ia proportion. "The Secretary ot War," said toa announced, "haa approved tha policy of revialng war department quotations from Ume to Ume to.keep these prices below then charged hy retailers for commodities." j, **f-f++* **>i*4+++-t*'++«i . * WESTOVER'* THREE RACES. » Mt THE PRIMARIES. ]. . —1015— « > Westover. lttl Brown, SSI; . . . . Flshel. SOt; Kaowles, Ul; Oar- • . .. ry, *»; Fisher, lt; Snyder, IT; « r . -Armstrong, IL « » —ttlT— Westoror, 1268; Kay. 595. —1010— Westover, 717; Hanter, 688; « • . . Letat. 1S1; Selfridge, 77. ' « . *++*Ht*_t*l_i4lL+++'' PfllNGE ENJOYS utKEjEeum British Royal Family Mem ber Follows Precedent of Ancestors. TRIES TO ROB By Aaaoelated Praaa to The Review ' Chattanooga, Tenn., Ang. IL—Eighty-four thousand dona eggs, stored with the * Atlantic toe - aad Coal corporation here for the account of Morris and company, Chicago, were seised today by the. United States dlrVgct attorney. Seixute ana made aader libel proceedings la the federal court, which charged that tte egga wen unlawfully stored for tte purpose ot unreasonably Increasing pricee. tt. S. KIDS KOLCHAK DANCE wiemi ROCKHILL PARK KIMQ-S ORCHESTRA. to. -iMlPfete JHiooucTa. hot aaa ^ajuu-nito Classes tm R|a*k Eyes. TO OBART WHBAT UCRRSES. By Aaaoclated Preaa to The Review New Tork, M. T- Aug, It.—Applications tor licensee ter the exportation of wheat to att destinations in th* waetara hemisphere and the eaat coast Of Aala, to which wheat flour ahlpmenta an now licenced will te received for oon- elderatlon at toe Mew Tork offlce at Jullu* M. Bamea, United Statee erbeat director, according to announcement Issued today by Mr. Bamea. Th* order Is effective August If 'sad until further cedar. Application muat be seeds ta SmamhhA_n%^\ ,___% Wnto\ttWism\~m-mmA^ tAms "s tmR tmtm The RfYi*w_ London, England, Ate, IS.—Tbe ott ot Vinnitsa, la the Ukraine, ltl mlMa suutogajpl ot Kiev, haa been abandoned by the Bolsheviki, accord- mete a Wnlen message from Moe- eow. Ia Volktoin aatl-BoUhevlk forces have 0&nptel_the railway aen- tor nf ammmt) Binitheent tt KoteL ^ ROBERTS PinrRRAL Damaacua, O. Aug, It l tte tuner- al aerrtoaa tor toe lato Chertee W. Ro- berts win be held from the .late borne to SaateMte nt tttt p. m. Thuredey to charge of Rev. Herron, a tanner neigh- her and pooler of toe deceoaoA Friends will By Aaaoclated Pith* to The Review Waahington, D. C Aug- If*-—Mater lal aid for Admiral Koichak'o retreat* tan army ta Siberia la being rushed to Vladivostok b yth* Amerieaa government It was aaid offlolally today that 48,040 rifln ted aeveral nUlBons rounds of ammunition already bed been seat from,Ran Pranolaoo and tbat ad* dttiooal ogniptnanti Would go forwart 'wmtAaltmt ag ermp wtetoert. ' iMjk Reds Lose Dukno. Re tesmisietTisee'ile 1*»s Heview Vienna. Austria, Aug. IL—The fort- nee ot Duhaoln southeastern Volhy- nto tes been captured from the Bolshevik forces ky the Ukrainian army, according to Ukrainian official reports received ken. SSE*P*i, gnat aerial activity and that victory wUl incline to that belligerent able Sr*t to SIHsvs aad maintain Ha su- premacy ta toe air wae expressed by tte spedel American Aviation Mla- •ion which haa laat submitted tta report recommending concentration of air artlvitie* in this country, civilian, naval and military, under the direction nthtftw department whose head would hold a place In the Preeldeafa mhtAmto_x>/r. . W- The mission, headed by tmlattnt Secntary of War Crowell, aad composed of some ot the nation's leading aircraft development experts, hae bean studying toe subject la Europe in conjunction wtth experts of the principal powers there end lta view* were based oa Information secured ta montha of study. < Secretary Baker lato yeaterday mada publlo the report ted at tte tmmjt Ume enounced lie had disapproved the reoomaindsrtte tor lta enaUon of a department of aviation. pi expressed the opinion the mission had ''gone toa tar to saggeetlng a single centralised air aervloe." H| WEEDS aEET By Assoolated Press to Th* Reviser 3 Berlin, Oermany, Aug. It—"We muat proceed immediately to creat a mercantile fleet and aato and help Oermans abroad wtth etate advancee". aald Mathias Erzberger. vice premier aad ate- leter at finance of tbe Oerman government, speaking before ate national ae* sembly at Weimar yesterday. He.*-remised toe assembly tbat bill carrying ont theee pssjstla would be presented Ip a f*w week*. Herr BMberger added that toa Mto aituatlon muat ha given consideration declaring tbat the Oerman nation most rale* 15.000,000,000 maika yearly to tame la aader to regain a healthy eon dltlon. *>s_Wi By Assoolated Preaa to The Review St Johns, to. W„ Ang. IS.—The shores of Quldlvldi lake, two miles from the dty. where a taw wnks ago crowds aasembled aad watched the •toft af the first successful non-stop trans-Atlantic airplane flight, were again thronged with enthusleetio Newfoundlanders today when the Prince of Wales, on M* official vialt to thla country, wont to the take tor the an- nual regatta.. After a program of event* which kept Mm up until long after midnight yesterday, ton Prince slept at government house ln the room occupied In I860 te his grandfather, the late King Edward VII, when as Prince ef Wales, he vtaltad Newfoundland. In witnessing too regatta, a feature af summer, life here for nearly 70 yeara, tte Prinn wai oan again tor lowing in toa footsteps of his grandfather, who ate jhe guest of tenor af a similar event to yeara ago. Particularly appropriate wat tte presence of the Prince of Wain ot today, thr marked tha rorival of the event which had beea abandoned during tte period of hostilities. The ItmAS program occupied the entire day, bat the prince wu restricted to * two hoar visit. M he was to leave tho city at noon to re* embark on tte battle cruiser Renown, awaiting him at Conception Bey sm proceed to St John, N. B, to begin kla visit to o MAYOR MYERS BEATEN urges mmm, A aiaH-sin Avtatjo* Mission torn. Mot , Mnfefr Faith to League of Nation* BtAmttf.4*. freak-10 Ihe RwlS-fS ,,. Washington, D. C, Aug. It,—Be. I Councilman Henry J. Berrodta*defeat- HorSat tutnn waj. wllTopen wtth Akron Damesrat le Denied Second Term en Fare Issue. Rr Associated Pi sss ta Tb* Review > *_____raB« 0-» Ang. IL—An echo of the recent alx eebt oar fan Ught WAt heard in yeaterday"* primariea when ed Mayor L S. M/ers for toe Demo- cratio nomination tor mayor by 639 volte' The vote waa Barrodln SS71, Myera 18S8. Berrodin draw hla xup- p«rt trom opponents oftthe fare ordinance which waa defeated I to Ink g referendum election Ex-mayor W. S. Lanb had no opposition tor toe Republican nomination. There wag SO socialist primary. School bead Issues for $8,000,000 aad a two-mill tax levy carried. City improvement boat ****nes totaling over 14,000,000 also carried with the exception of one for $800,000 tor a state stmt viaduct whloh is in doubt until too official count le completed. RAYS jW PLAN Governor ef West Virginia Says tUtt "Relther Saae Her Feb". Br Asao-ttstsd rSeej to The Berts ■ Charleston, W. Va» Aug., II.—Governor John J. CoTwell anawered laet night a communication from the Federation of Railway Rmployae of the Oheaa- peake A Ohio system,^ criticising his opposition to the Plumb plan of government ownership of railroada. Tte toisernor characterised tbe plan "aa neither aaaa nor fair**. *^i.\\' Governor Oumwett nvtred thai ■hould th* pubUo buy tbe rood* aad give to*in to the railroad aen to manage, all otheraatksis of public utilities wouM demand .the aame thins. Even the tainer* anc,' farm lemen he aaat would demand similar management for the mlnee and farma _V-j__. "Then, we have", he aald. "not aeclal lam, bnt ohaoa. Tbey ere trying a ran things that way ta Russia aad wc all know tbe Moult" 'J__ WOUNDS SELF Ohio Man Attempts Bold Holdup In Munsey Bank, Washington. TELLER'S RtSEis ROBBER'S' UNDOING Fires Bullet at Clerk Then . Tarns Pistol on Himself. . SOLDIER IS ROMHTATBDi WARE ROT OR BILLOT. Newark. O, Aug, IL—Man Norpell who ess ted wtth toe tttnd Regiment In Italy, waa nominated on th* Republican ticket yeaterday tor olty solicitor. Though hts name did aet appear en the ballot hla friends wrote lit ballota. «~WAMTEO— JMla - mail ehme itamsn tor station* **y boBar. Steady wdrk. good wagee; 100 shop ___an. ateadJT work. Apply at The Eraployecf aJBjtnototlon. ■ raa— over CRy tevtone sMBf >a*L fiftet tte binding faring public aqaar*. ^MtiM SPECIAL PRICES ON OREEN BEANS FOR OANNINR ALL TMIR WEEK AT MARKRT MOUSE ON FARM. W. M. WOK ARO. Tr-r'atenra SBCBBTART DARIBL8 SAILS FOR VISIT TO ROROLOLU. Ln Angeles Berinr. Saa Pedro, Cal, Aog., IL—Secretary* Danlela deported tor Honolulu this morning on the battleship MtttWmh. annompanted Ry tear destroyers. Mo ceremonies marnd toe OR. MOTLEYjMAS BOUGHT OUT DR. PORTER'S INTEREST OF THE UNION DENTISTS. ALL UNFINISHED CONTRACTS OAN RR FINISHED AT DR. MOTLEY'S, CORNER SENECA ANO MAIN STS. WANTED-EXPERIENCED ACETY. EL'CNa WELDERS, ' PRESS OPERATORS AND HELPERS. TRANSUE- WILLIAM* STAMPING. DEFT. VELLOW fRRl* SrrONCFSAOH- BS FOR CANNINO AT L. M. to*RTH m~ m^T jW HEAR MRS. CARPENTER OF MICHIOAN. S FI a IT U A LIS T CHURCH THURSDAY, 7.4f P. M. PAINTERS ARD PAPER HANGERS 8TRIXB IR HEW TOBK CITT. Ry A appelated Preee to The Reyjew . New Tor*. M. T, Aa*, 11.—Interior da-Keating, essential to tbe renovatlor of hundreds'of apartment* preparatory to October leasing, oame. to a standstill today by tbe atrike of 14.0W painter* deooratora. aad paper hanger*, The -worker* demand a five day working week of 40 hours wtth a wage et tl an beam Ther hone ten n- erivtag to m day *te*-nfwfctem east, Miners to 60 to Work. By Aaaoclated Praaa to The Review i London, England. Aug. IS:—The ooal miners of Yorkshire, wben more than 100,000 men hav* been en atrike MNM Jaly Sl derided today to toaame worn. Thi* action was taken at a mas* meeting _a Ban__rtey.-<w*-£ ;-J»nE ORAND CIRCUIT RAQBS OFF. Bx Aseoelated Press te Tbe StovtoW Philadelphia, Pa., Aw. IS.—Grand etraalt non wen postponed today he* eauae of rate FAMILIES OF DECEASED MEM- BERS OF R. OF R_.T_, to OF F. L.-A __,LOPL.L.aac, and a OF to, C ARE INVITRD TO ATTEND THE B*A_S_a.TH*RD ^MefURL-aAfUKMO nam at iocknill park THURSDAY. AUGUST M* 1PW, ALLIANCE, OHIO. . MAKE YOURSELF KttoWT*D.aeMMruBi7 *te**fc; iiiiFfTaNT eLtaiFMiteMrao FEDERAL PRODUCTS. NUF BED. I AT NATIONAL MUSK} CO. RINO LEADER OF ESCAPED PRISONERS IS CAPTURED Warren, O., Aug, IS.—Charlee Alexander, /tag leader of tbe sang of Ar. prisoners who sensed from eto Trumbull oounty Jafl here laat Thursday, was teak ta tte tofi again today following Ids capture yesterday at kla home In Oreensbnrg ky the sheriff of Summit county. Alexander la charged with horae stealing. By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C. Ann. IS.—A holdnp man, entering the banking room of the Munsey Trust company ta the heart of the op-town business section today, pointed two pistols ot a toiler, demanded 9160,000 and than aftor firing one shot at a clerk, turned a pistol on himself, torn toot himself to ton Jaw and waa token ton hospital. Two money orders, Issued at Defiance and Toledo, Ohio, were found to. tka holdup man'a clothing. When he demanded the money, the toller first making a show of counting bills toon Stopped behind hto counter tm too robber flred a bullet that pierced the coat of a clerk nearby. The bat- lot toa robber intended for himself went through kla Jaw and then shattered a plate glen window. The man told the police hla name araa John B. Fetser of lit Bast street, Defiance, and that hla nacle eteHto R. Fetter at the same aildiosg coald toll "why te could not sat ahead.** The man Is a mechanic, S4 years mS. He came here today from Mew Tork. Tte man told tke police he picked out Waahington because he understood there wm plenty ef money ta the capital ..and that a holdap ana easy. Tho* hospital physiolans aald ha probably woald recover. He aald he previously had bean ta a Detroit hoapltal suffering trom an eleetrle shock. Br Aaaoelated —•—** ta Tbe Review Defiance. O, Aag. IL—Chief ot Wtsy Ice Harper of Defiance, aald today thai Jote-JL Tetaar-ltaed nt Daflaaoe Mr nverai years, that he bore a Wtte reputation, wm never arrested and that Ua father, Charlee R. Fetser, MvOS at llil East street Chief Harper did aat know an uncle named Charles B. Fetser. By Associated Press to The Review Defiance, O., Aug. IS.—John to Fets* tr, Who shot himself during, an at- tempt to hold up a bank at Washington, is the aon of Mr. and Mrs. Charlee to Fetaer, Ut Baat street Defiance, and la 84 years old. He hat been IS yean away from home, only "dropping In occasionally," according to the par* onto, and had the habits at a recluse. He wm looked upon aa a queer character, but tte police never had trouble with him. Fetser wa* given to deep aad extended reading of hooka on niton and toRiliiinlne, and Is 0a electrician by trade. ' _,When Informed of tbelr son's plight tte mother cried, bat tte tatoer wag unconcerned and expressed no svr* aflat. * - IBIDEM HUH NAMED FOB MAYOR; SILVER HIS;PUIS .'HID, mi Present Mayor Is Nominated for Third Term, the Vote Being, Westover, 717; Banter, 588; I^eist, 181 and Selfridge, 77—School Levy Carries—President of Council Barnard Renamed—Weaver and Lower Chosen for ConnciImen-at>Large With Hall and Benson Tied at 676-Only 1,563 RepubUcan Votes Cast for Head ot Ticket—Miss Hartzell and Hebden Named for Board of Education on Democratic Ticket, ALLIANCE ELECTION RISULTS AT A GLANCE. Mayer Westover. Republican, nominated for third term and Thoa. H. Nlehele named tor mayor en Democrat ticket Veto mm. West- over, 717; Hontor. SSS; Leist, 101; Selfridge, ft. Gtty Auditor Silver named fer ninth time on Republican ticket, defeating Archer, 048 to STS. Preeident ef Counoll Barnard renominated on Republican ticket Parka and playgrounds bond issue again defeated Special aehool levy of two mille earrlee. although 020 votes were eaat against It ' L. L. Weaver, and L. L. Lower, Republican, renominated for eoun* ollmennt-large, with S. P. Nail and W. S. Sanson, tied at t7t for third place. . .Only approximately 1,100 Republican and Demoeretlo votee polled—about 46 per cent of registered potential veto ef city. FAVORARLR REPORT ON Kfr+g, LSASINO OP 0. S. LANDS. By Aaaoclated Tram te Tte Review Waahlngtoa,-*•. 0« Aag. lt<—Favorable report on the bill tor the leasing ot owienaint owned oU, coal, ptee* phato aad sodium landa for the par- pose of stimulating production was or* dered today by the Senate" Public Lends oommittee. The vote waa an* Belgians In Prussia. by Aaaoclated Preaa te The Rente* Brussels Belgiwfa, Aag. It.—(Havas Agency).—Belgian troopa SMS pled toe 'Val medy dhMriot at Tito Belgian aai offloe Sunday rhaftoa occupation mt the Vel- tnedy district by carabinera aad would I cavaln fMf ATLANTIC PISN CO. .^"fJ |§_3? Main aad Meohai-la5Affij!43 PHONB OROSBS «7S1. WNALC NAURUT. ' STOP ' IN ANO -SR* TtfiU-'U-mPOUttMAIHisa.MAW i SUeS POR^OUR OMNSR, ~tef POUNR, SWQPL _%£k- ■ a**a*aa*Ws_s, mw ''fwrn'mmm SWVSLV PRIMLY *WIU. ASSSM* RLS AT THS NOMS OP MMK AND NRR. ELI RAUMAN POR THEIR AN* Sum. RiUMioit auqust w. PET DOE SAVES COUPLE' Barking of Canine Reeult* In Areualna Osuple aa Pavilion Burn*. By Aaaoelated Preaa to The Review , Toledo, O., Ang* 1 J.—-Vartin L. Hel- sey aad his wife, kstpsrs of the pavilion In Walbrldge Park ten. aen' aaved by tho *-*"**r*Tg of a pet dag when fire destroyed the building early this morning. They mad» thetr wet to tho rott end aojtoJaeond by policemen who aen called by persons who thought a murder had bean committed. The lou la $17,000. Tte building aw owned by tha elty. INVggTIOATiNO FOOD CONDITIONS tto CINCINNATI. By Aseoelated Frees to Tbe Ravtew Cincinnati, 0., Aaa. IS*'Tsa Hamilton oounty grand Jury. Investigating tte toad situation in Cincinnati formally approved today tbe recommendations made by twelve of their number yeaterday for elty council legislation i to help lower food prion. Tha mem contained strong recommendation of Mayor Oalvia tor kla IgiWRlag tba markets open to farmers and growers. The grand Jury took ap a new Raa ot investigation today and a report to too ooart with indictments la aot an sageotsfl <tt§j 4MJg-La_rw**__d!_ wkut. am •CHILDREN" AT THR START Dayton, O. Aag. lt—William R stokes eea _** a**a wm have mi children to oara tor when they marry Tbnredey. Tbey war* appointed today mm Superintendent and Matron oi ton Montgomery County Children** Home. Their wedding Is a reeatt ef remanoe at tbe hom* where they baa end With only 1461 Republican votes oaat tar the head of th* ticket et the primariea Tueaday and about tto Demo- crate taking part to on contested nominations. Mayor Charles 8. Westover Republican, and Thomaa H. Nichols, Democrat were named aa tt/ftr parties' standard bearers to toe election to be held in. November., * : Exactly in (ewer Republican votee were eaat Tueaday than were polled at the primartae * tolT, whea 1.861 Re publican* espraaaad their choloe tor mayor. , The -tote Tlltela/ for mayar aaa: Westover, 717; Hunter. IU; 111; Selfridge 77-LMS *p*. Ia JM7 the vote waat ul\m^m term, gafaaflng Cbat'lea ~S • vote mtAmWmttt aaa.' Ptoaldeut tf Council ChaHea nard wae renamed by -n. mheUntlal lead. Va Wot Ceaaeiljaaa.antafgs. L.L. Weaver, wbo again, led Uw field to -tto ntga fer Rnasin ilniaa al Isirii Ise-lls. Lower wareaaawd two et thre* RepubUean candidates fot* this poeiUon. white the thhrd-nominee ie in doubt. B. V. Hall and W.R. Benson, being tied at 174 votee- Tbt* is on toa mmm-ottiet*l vote. If the official count atiU ahow* A ttm, the oaftdldatoa wiU be called to*. gather and aaked to agree oa a eholoe tor lot If the oandldatee fall tn ran ill gn agreement to* Stark oounty board of election* will determine too method by which the enetoe win be detoradned. Parks aad naygreaads Lose Agela. Ska propoaal to lssae lioo.ooo bond* tec pasta aad' playground* ae* agate defeated, the veto being yea, tttt no, lit The/proposal required-a two- ttlrd* vot*. Oa AgsR t to* vote on porta and piaygrounde waa yea TJtfi no, ML Three peon ago the people voted overwhelmingly tsr parka anl playground* hat parka wen aet te- q ulred. * School larg Carries. . The apecial aobool levy of two mini nr tmskt—mocrmia wno wrote her ta the ballot aa bar petition waa i ; *A_ toe, mate toll .homaaWM * ticket Sh* had to reoelve elg (or financial relief of the public schools was adopted but the number of fnega- Uv* votes on thl* vary necessary amp waa amazing to tha friend* of th* pubUo schools. The vote waa yea 1101; no, 120. RiUer Snows Roll Vnier. The only ward councllmanlc contest wae oa the republican ticket in the Fourth Raid -Mian S. H. Miller snowed under B. M. NoU by a vote of 661 te IM. School Been Caadldatos. W. A. Thompson and Harry Wheeler were nominated by the RepubUcane for ihe board of education, htr. Thompson receiving 1441 and Mr. Wheeler 111 vote*. Mr. Thompson la now a mem tm eg the board. . V_n Mabel Hartzell, Democrat a member of tge board, waa renominated |f toe Democrat* wbo wrote her name Mate- on toe eight per eent et toe total Democratic vote oaat TteBM* H. Nichols, unopposed tor the Democratic nomination tor mayor *M ' high Rtto IU vote* and eight par eeat at ble vote would he approximately It, n that Miaa Hartzell with 11 and Arthur Hebden with 14 were both nominated by the Democrat* tor candidates Mr the board at Qdnnellon. .-A number af complimentary ' votes aaaa,ssat by Demo ivas tor board of education. W. H. Purceli received one vote In PisNaet Jt, Third Ward; W. 8. Undeamith waa given a vote In the prednot white R. c. Ratee an* too recipient of two vote* ta Precinct A. fourth Ward. Ralph Hoary waa named by the De ocratd tte Olty treasurer, receiving 17 votee, white Edwin W. Diehl waa nominated by th* Democrats tor city solicitor with 11 vote*. In theae eaa** their written pn the ballot* hy admiring filaidls First official returne turned in el Board ot electlone at 7:11 p. m. by E of trd ward. Next et 7:57 hy C ot let at t-M by D of trd. Laat precinct in att:Mby B Of 1st > lta tabular vote of Alliance, see TINOEO ASSASSINATED Brother of Preeident ef Costa Rlw Is atote. By Aseoo|eted Preaa to The Rotten' ' Waahlngtoa, p. C- Aug. It.—Jouquln Tinoco, brother of the presideat--ef Costa Rlc* wn assaaslnated August 10, according to reporta today to tte Stato Department No details awn Whether Prsfddsgt Tiaooo la stfll la Costa Rica la not known M tte Stato Department Bo was reported recently to ban aaked Inn ot absence from octigress with tea Intention of leaving the country. Joaquin Tlnooo wu his legal advMsr. IL S. SUP MTS MME Oat Wlrelese Call CEMETERY BOUQUETS AT URIO'S FLOWElf SHOP, OPPOSITE CEMETERY. PUN ERAL WORK. ROTH PHONSS. GROCERY ANO MEAT MARKET FOR 8ALE AT 112$ EAST SUMMIT ST. . RWWARP j» OOTHOT. COMPETSNT CLERK WANTED AT NATIONAL MUSW CO. mmora Olaaeee'tor Weak Eyee. AUTO SLtC-L; RSPAMfe^- •tt Madison AtoT^MS By Associated Preee to Tke Review Deoor. England. Aen. lt—The Amer- ■ etoemer Ragtowood struck a mine to toe North Sea off the Thames river at 7:M O'clock tola morning ead eeat oto n wireless menage too help. 8h* however, le to te to"i'»'lt*le danger et atahtog aad tug ear* atandiag by. __mm Englewood ie making _» the Themes under her own etoem. If tana on mon water ahe probably will be beached at - STRIKERS EO BACK durrW aosta covnte. Ry Associated Press to The Review Holy, Aag, lt—<Havai Agency).---The Dufta of Aoote. rideet eaaato of Hag viotor Emmanuel. aad waiteiiiinln' et the Italian third army dorian the war, lt became-known today, probably will toon-Make a visit to tbe United State* •Ptoto tta United Statee he win *» tc *-J"**"J* aad ^***MhyVia**.r - 'tf-jVq rat jmwntusr eAiAi/rwi rmrad AND HOME-MADE PASTERIES. 771 S<X ARCH _M9 MAIN STRSST MARKET HOUSS. LOT ON SOUTH UNION AVENUE FOR SALE AT A BAROAIN IP SOLD SOON. CALtr RRLL St* ItR. '■!£?■. WANTED—EXPERIENCED ACETY* ELENE WELDERS, PRESS OPRR. ATOR* ANO HELPERS, TRANBUK* wiLLiAan' sTAdipiMa paPT. Of Chesapeake A Ohio Ra turn to Work. Ry Aseoelated Praaa to tee Review Lexington, Ky.f/Aug. It.—The Chesapeake R Ohio shops state that all eg toa striking ahopmen, except aeven boilermakers who walked oat a week age In aoeord with tbe general strike ot tte federated shopmen returned to work M 7 d>Iock this morning, apparently glad to) resume their labors. It la aot known when the holler- makers wfll be given orders to Uke ap their tools again. They an affiliated with tta Huntington, W. Va., union and MM that ttay cannot re* eame work until aome official action to taken by tbat organisation. Simultaneously with tte return of too striking ahopmen to their dvitkn. flree were lighted under tte boilers ot freight engine*, aa pnpaialluu for starting bat freight trains today. It wn stated at the company's round hoaae ttat haters the day la onr It expected that all freight trains on this division woald te running. Kflffi Craw Kills Two. By Associate* Press to The Review Youngstown. O, Aog. it.—Troa Becker, formerly of Georgetown, Ohio, and John Declum wen Instantly kW- ed at the Toungstown Sheet A Tube company'a plant hen last night wben a crane dropped a load of pipe on them. * TRRASCRBR BERKS TO RE MAYOR Ry Associated Pre** to Th* Itevtew Portsmouth. O., Aug.. It.—In a epir- Ited primary at Naw Boeton Joseph Al- ton. i«>jent treasurer was nominated Republican candidate tor Mayor. John Addle te tta Democratic nominee tor mayor. FARMERS'MARKET Tuesday,' Thursday, Saturday, 7 am. corner Oxford aad Senaea. Everything fresh from tta farm direct to the HEAR MRS. CARPENTER OP MICHIOAN. -v#PI RIT U A LIST OHURCH THURSDAY, 7:« P. M. DANCE MONDAY, WEDNESDAY ANO SATlHltetVMIM|-**a dfr ROCKHILL PARK. KINO'S ORCHESTRA. Jr«*j ^_Mi&*%}
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-08-13|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||August 13, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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