You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - November 10, 1921, Boston, Massachusetts Sundays Globe Today I VOL O 133 Entered as second class matter at under the act of March 1870 THURSDAY EVENING PAG CENTS SAYS PUBLIC NEEDED TO DISARM LOUIS LIGGETT READY TO PAY DEBTS IN FULL He WHI Ask Discharge of His Trustees on Nov 15 v His United Drug Stock Rising jt Louis Liggett is about to pay off all his obligations in with Interest of 6 was made Mr Liggett will ask dis charge of his trustees on Nov During the past few weeks there has been a substantial rise In the market Value of United Drug due to reports of the companys improved finan cial condition and the favorable outlook for its general The personal affairs of Mr Liggett became public In a prominent way on July when the following dispatch ap newspapers throughout the blending MILDNESS AROMA STRONG PRESSURE TO BE DECIDING FEATURE Capitol Hill He Says By JAMES Nov ton is all ready for the conference of the Great at With the exception of Mr Bal fours the various delegations are here and the British contingent will be complete Japanese are most in the The assets p main j solemn little men of Nip pon are They know that If this is to be anyones it will be theirs and apparently they to see that it shall be well at In the past 24 stt has transferred his reared in country the decline In the market value of the United Drug Company common stock Louis assets to and Neal Rantoul aa trus tees for the protection of his The personal interests of Mr Liggett alone are At that time Mr Liggett sent a letter to every stockholder frankly explaining Rexall stockholders were ready to mortgage their stores In his As the several delegations have ar have been met at the train stepB welcome the i haB i hand to an arriving PASS BY BIER AT WASHINGTON L i t Heros Gasket Surrounded Magnificent Floral Tributes f REAR VIEW OF FIRE AT AT AT CAN BE SEEN FIRE ESCAPE OVER WHICH LODGERS with principal when Mr Liggett could take them Bank Loann Be Paid In Full The necessary fund was raised to en like Mr Briand of or a Minister of Foreign like Mr Karnebeek of able Mr with his own sies tuat could uot boast a member to go to trustees ask them the banks that United Drug shares have risen from 546 In September to 68W Referring to the Liggett announce the Boston News Bureau says to day The United Drug Company operates large manufacturing plants In Boston and selling directly to the Rexall Drug Stores and to the chain of Liggett drug which it own on the Sixteenth THE WEATHER United States er Bureau forecasts of so high a rank have been greeted by Mr the Third Assistant Sec of one less than tf v President or a King could bring Mr Harding to the Meet in Temple Washington is as fair a hostess as may be found the world She receives her guests in such a rail ay station as they may not see in their own lands and as stately as any royal they come out through the Presidents special en DAMAGE Wilt BE ABOUT Saves Papers in that threatened part of the business section In City sq early this morning gave the firemen a stiff bat tle before the blaze was under The is still burning in the cellar the Durgin Merrill where several or until tlie contents of the cellar blaze to the although stores In adjoining buildings were well soaked The started in a brick known afl the Durgin Merrill MSB to Han cock The building is owned by Clarence I the floor as the Department which his the late of Jamaica started several years The store deals in dry goods and all kinds of On the floor are the offices Nov 10 by and small folk moved in less procession today through the ro tunda of the Capitol to pay tribute to the unknown dead lying In such state there as only martyred Presi dents have was set aside for All who could speak for groups in the land or for the Powers of the world were free to place their floral offerings at his Hour by hour the heaping flowers about the casket grew mountain high and spread about the Flowers tW bloomed In France were there at d flowers brought in all from South 9000 miles There was not a minute of the day unclaimed those who would do honor to the There was no organization pt veterans or of patri otic people over the land Tribute of British Among the most formal of the pil grimages this shrine of valor was that planned by the British Frdp Build ing there was arranged a parade by ditto offices of Crowley and Real tate the stock exchange of Continued on the Twelfth For Boston and trance the most Imposing of all of Government and I them in the white grandeur of th tonight Friday ra o a e ra t e westerly i df P1 escort leads For Northern artly cloudy tonight and them along smooth avenues to hotel or to the house which LAKE CROFT INN Open year dinner and Lees Jazz irii tonight and Friday light snow in the Interior little change in temper ature fresh shifting becoming For Eastern New York Partly cloudy tonight and Friday probably snow flur ries In extreme north portion colder In west central portion tonight fresh westerly Moraine temperatures New 26 to SO New York 40 St Louie and Boston observations at 8 a m Barom Inches 86 csi 43 lowest last 35 91 wind eight miles an hour precipita Highland Sam Thick wind three miles an hour sea The Temperature Today Tlie at Thompsons Spa records rn to o p today an follows 1020 1921 I 42 S p M 44 11120 102t u 0 u SO 5 12 55 40 54 44 DONT TAKE CHANCES You are In dansor when you that Begin taking Father Johns Medicine 65 years In PROMOTES Trues Family Laxative and Worm Get the Family Nations Hero Dead Sunday Advertisements Order Them Today Help us out by ordering your Sunday Globe Real Estate FOP Sale Business FOP Sale Auto mobiles FOP Sale Apartments To Let OP Wanted Machinery Fop Sale Poultry Supplies FOP Sale Ad vertise in the Sunday Globe To insure insertion in the Sunday advertise ments under the following classifications must be in the office not later than Friday CASH REGISTERS MACHINERY AND TOOLS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TOURS AND TRAVEL FARM AND GARDEN Want and Classified other than ho above must be in the Globe before 1 0 on We cannot guarantee the proper classification of or dered on perhaps their curiosity ia grati fied on the way with a glimpse of the famous White House in its simple republican The conference is worthy of the but a local committee has been permitted to clutter it with decora tions such as adorn Main st on gala days or the Midway at the County This 17th a block west of the White is graced by a noble group of beginning with the Corcoran Art and by the or Hcd C the I Mers of the Ameri can Revolution and of the Pan 1 all In the chaste I of white After the opening session in the re i the 3 of the American the con will hold meetings in the Hall of the Americas In the Pan American Although Car Palace of Peace at The i still stands idle auu I by war and wa j this other temple of i peace which he also built will now have a to justify its j Capitol Hill Indifferent Outwardly Washington is all set for the Inwardly she Is uot so ready for the questions which it The truth is she IB but dimly aware of the potency of her name where the voice of i America is simply Washington say j ing this and Washington saying i As the world once listened for to say yes or it has ly hanging on the this 20th century spoke in the war with trumpet but these have begn somewhat muffled and since the In their j doubt and confusion the Nations have come overseas to find out what Washington They will bo astonished to learn that most of LEVENSON ARRAIGNED IN CAMBRIDGE COURT seore of automobiles formed two motor trucks carried the A Breath from King amotis Lord Cavan acting for the It bore the legend As and yet well known an and we There was from its inscription But that which put the glory of grace Into all Flags Should Be At All Day Tomorrow To properly honor the unknown hero whose body will be interred Arlington Washing all thould be displayed at from to The order for half staff is unusual and was issued by Many inquiries as to what plan should be followed tomorrow re garding have been made at the office of Gen Jesse Stevens at the State In response Gen has madV public the War Departments in It appears that the display of the flag at for thj entire day is different from that of Me when the flag is kept at sunrise until noon and then raised to full At flag should be hoisted to of the staff and then lowered to At the flag should be to the top of the and then taken The flag at no time should touch the that he did was that he did it of pure love a f yet his name That from India said never die who die to make life worth Beatty There There were wreaths also from Aus tralia and Now Zealand and of heBe except that India were made of flowers grown on English brought over as living Continued on the Ninth LAWYER HARRY LEVENSON Harry a lawyer Washington has no Idea what she who prominently in the trial of Nathan Tufts last was ar and Is inclined on the thls in the Middlesex whole to think she wants nothing Superior Criminal Court before Judge Brown on a secret returned Continued on the Fourteenth by the Grand Jury lie is charged with obtaining money under false Jarnes counsel for Mr Lev requested u postponement of the This WHS granted by Dist Atty Levenson was released In Continued on the Ninth LEGION SERVICES ON BOSTON COMMON All Churches to Join in the Tribute America has known a holiday like that which will be observed tomor Indications are that the majority of are planning to observe Armistice not as a feast but as a fast While high officialdom at Washington Is trudging to the bier of Americas unknown Americans gener ally will be turning their thoughts to the and suffering which the war it will be a day dedicated to the mem ory of the boys who died In olive drab It will be a day of solemn thought for the and attention on the morn Ing after will be focussed upon Wash ington where the disarmament con will again try to establish a basis for international and to see if anything may be done to end wars and save In Greater Boston cities and as between 12 noon and P m a period of silence be ob The two minutes are for pray er and The period of sl ence will be precedes by the tolling of bells between and Two Minutes of Silence In Boston during the two minutes of silence policemen will stand at atten coming to at the wherever it Is the firemen will render the same Wherever there are gatherings of and there will be the will be At all on nil and at army and navy flags will bo placed at at sunrise to remain there until During the two until the body of the unknown soldier Is being lowered Into the grave at Arlington all activities will The New England Telephone and Telegraph will suspend service entirely for At a given signal every operator will stop answer Ing calls and will stand at the switch In compliance with the Presi dents The Associated Press wires will also be silent for two Legion churches and other or throughout Greater Boston will hold noonday The official city of Boston observance of Armistice calls for ceremonies at the Boston I Continued oa the Ninth To Telephone Users In order that we may join in observing the spirit of the Presidents Armistice Day recommending to us all a period of silent prayer and thanks during the memorial exercises over the Unknown Soldier Telephone service will not be furnished TOMORROW during the two minutes f o lowing 12 oclock dur ing which period operators will stand in silence at their i New England Telephone Telegraph Vice President and General No Evening Globe Armistice Day In keeping with the solemn occasion of the burial of Americas Unknown Soldier the of the great world meeting to end all the Boston Globe will print no Evening Edition Novem ber Complete record of the events of the Great Day will be printed in Saturdays Evening Globe Readers Order the Friday morning Globe from your news dealer
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.