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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 22, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts Santsnce of Wsh woman ftlioweil No Maiden Wftn HUM Iw Accltlimt In From ft Biplane ftt Meltone Who Wats ifllieti ATTVJf ANt J0HN3W BIT OF A CONCORD SAGE Scores See Them AC AiN SCAPES Charge Against Sanborn I IT WAS A OF POUTICIANS Oct XVtHta hufi neUflefl King Alfonso thfcl lift teas the Ominteiw MHo Thulter and the Bel gians fctmdeBVhM to toth In Selgiwm IB the of ft to the Bxtshajftfe ftttegrntih Company from Oct full report tst the clrcivmtrtanceB of the condem nation and execution of Miss Edith an English woman and heafl of a training school In for helping French and Belgian soldiers to escape from made by Brand the Ameri can Minister at to Walter the American Ambassador at was Issued by the British Government this How the secretary of the American Hugh sought out the German von der late at night before the ex with the Spanish Min pleaded with the Governor and with the German officers for the Eng lish womans life IB graphically re lated In a memorandum from Mr PUN TO CALL OTHERS OUT Freight Strike May Grow New Haven and Men Will Present Sheds Show Effect of the Plans were made by the leaders the freight handlers unions yesterday after following the strikes of 670ttlBn em ployed by the Boston to call a strike of the men employed by the Bos ton Albany and the New Haven sys tems tomorrow unless a settle ment of the wage demands Is made be fore According to the leaders of the union last the only reason the freight handlers on the Boston Albany ajnd New Haven roads did not strike at noon yesterday was that the committees rep resenting men could not meet the officials of the roads in order to present their With about 1800 members of the three freight handlers unions and about 1200 members of the Freight Clerks Unions ready to walk out if an attempt Is made to move freight by nonunion the leaders think there may be about 8000 Continued the Second THE Oct for New England Fair Friday and Saturday some what cooler in north For Boston and Vi cinity Friday fair and cooler Saturday fair moderate west to northwest G 1 o b es Forecast Saturday and Sunday fair with seasonable temperature and light westerly The TemperaturTYelterdayat Thomp sons Spa2 a 65 6 a Mi 9 66 12 75 3 p 76 6 p 72 9 p 12 Average temperature 68 one year 64 Temperatures at 8 Last NightSan 58 GO St 64 68 Hi New 68 Washlng in 24 to This document makes reference to I Continuedon the Tenth Prosecution Senseless and Says District Attorney Finds No Sewer INFERNO OUTDONE AT BATTLE OF CHAMPAGNE Powell Describes the Fearful Fight Of Circulation All sold out in many places last Make sure of your copy of next Sundays Globe by ordering it in YOUNG BUSINESS MAN GROW UP WITH A GROWING BANK Exchange Trust 21 Milk 124 Boylston St Capitol Surplus By ALEXANDER Special Staff Correspondent to the WITH THE FRENCH ARMIES IN oct 2iHeii holds no lorrors for one who has seen the bat lefleld of Could Dante have been beside me In hese last three days he would never have written the because the hell of his imagination would have eemed colorless and The difficulty in writing about It Is hat no one will believe People will accuse me of imagination and of exag whereas the truth Is that no one could much less exag the horrors that I have This stretch of rolling five wide and IS miles which has een converted Into a slaughter a cesspool and a garbage dump com is the battlefield of Cham About Iri order that you may have a clear un derstanding of the bloody get out the family atlas and on the map of Eastern France draw a more or less Irregular line from Rhelms to The continuation of Karl von Wiegands remarkable story of his visit to the German battle begun in yester days is printed on page 12 this This line roughly corresponds to tho battle front In On the south side of it are the French en the north the About mid way between Rhelms and Verdun mark on that line a sector of some 15 This was tho place chosen by the French for their sledgehammer blow against the German wall of and Continued on the Tenth ExMayor John taking the witness stand before Judge Par nenter in the Municipal Court yester day afternoon at the hearing on the criminal libel charge against BxGov Eugene Foss by Dennis Drls the labor vigorously denied Mr FOBS charge that the exMayor sug gested Driscolls name to the Governor n 1913 as a candidate for the Prison Jommission or suggested that if Drls eoll were appointed chairman of the joard a strike then In process at the 3turtevant plant would be called The exMayors testimony was brief and kept him on the stand but a few ExGov FOBS at tired In a quiet black sat within the bar as he had done all and heard the exMayor The libel case grows out of charges contained In a letter from ExGox Fosa to Dlst Atty In which it was alleged that the appointment of Driscoll as Prison Board chairman was urged by Driscoll and ExMayor Fitzgerald with the understanding that the strike at the Sturtevant plant would be called off if the appointment was Ex Gov FOBS further charged that there was a combination against Mr testifying in the denied the truth of the statements con cerning Lively Legal Another Incident of tho day was a lively legal battle between John Mr Driscolls and Melvin attorney for Mr that arose over the testimony of Frank a New York attorney and legal secretary to Mr FOBS whom Mr Feeney called to the stand al the afternoon Mr Hendrick was the mysterious Continued oil the Ninth MELLEN TELLS OF OLD FIGHTS Hired by New Haven on Nuisance Cutthroat Competition in Early 90s BELLANS Absolutely Removes One package proves it 25c at all The Season Is On WITH C HOTEL HOLLIS CAFE 84 Tremont opposite Wilbur Theatre Best Singing Single Double with YOU WANT THE BEST ASK FOR SWANRUSSELL HATS WORN BY WELLDRESSED MEN TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pawe Two aviators hilled by drop of a bi plane in Minister Whitlocks report on his ef fort to save Miss Cavell charges Ger man officials with bad faith toward American legation Alexander Powell vividly describes the battle of Human voice thrown across Atlantic by wireless ExPres Mellen of the New Haven called a hostile witness in the trial of directors under the Eherman ExMayor at Foss libel case flatly denies charges made by the About 70 freight handlers the Bos ton Maine on strike similar wage de mands to be made of the Boston Al bany and New Haven at Page Supt of Buildings Lynch favors the basement of City Hall for new quar ters for Police Station Temple and Creney reap pointed principal Cuddy pro moted from first assistant and Martin named for Election Page Mrs Edwin Swift dies at Prides Schooner Flora Condon of Boston damaged in collision with steamer Gov President Wilson designates Thurs Nov as a day of thanksgiving Puce Mr and Mrs Finley Bhepard adop orphan TODAYS GLOBE Cornell football team will not know its awn real power until It plays Harvard Wallace declared eligible for Harvard ootball and will play center against Hoppe now leads Yamada by 1000 to 4S In their 1500point billiard Robinsons showing at quarterback and Capt MahanB punting are features if Harvards football Page Massachusetts finishes fourth in Na tional rifle championship match in which is won by United States Bowling Page Financial PaBe Patrolman Connolly prevents marriage of his eon and Miss Mary Danahy in but agrees to wedding in Boston Ave Kiviat and Harry the run declared New Hampshire poultry day at State Commercial PUBC French troops advancing In Serbia threaten victorious Bulgarians Italians again defeat Austriane and Russians capture 3500 Passengers from the war zone arriv on the British labor delegates to San Fran cisco convention tell conscription op Anton Liang reported killed In Cham TODAYS GLOBE President Wilson confident people will lupport defense Reported capture of aviator Prince de Brookline woman attempts to kidnap her two children in N Mystery in two South End German sea raids described by offi cers of battle cruiser Isidor formerly of loses arm while fighting for Great Brit ain at the Yesterday warmest Oct 21 on the records of the Boston Weather New England Unitarian Association to buy Star Nations on the Auction by Uncle Page Gov Lister of Washington telegraphs Globe that equal suffrage has benefited Gov Walsh makes North Shore cam paign McCall at Springfield discusses milk Mr Shaw says McCalls campaign Is dead aswell as Mrs James Storrow lectures on English Dances in the Time of Pngre Household Pusre Little Stories for by Thorn ton Real estate Page of the water Corsair Agreement Dug Up in Sherman Law NEW Oct Charles Mellen was characterized by Frank the Federal as a frankly hostile witness during the continuation of his testimony today at the trial of the 11 New Haven directors under the Sherman the attorney succeeded nevertheless in introtlucting through Mr Mellen what IB deemed by somo to be the most important evidence against the defendants in the Govern ments Mr Mrllen frankly conceded that the early competition between the New Haven and the New York New which it uubseiiuently ab of the cutthroat Continued From tlie Fourth Germany admits a defeat at Ciartorisk on the Styr River in Russia and loss of Russians defeat Germans at Baranovichi near the Pripet and capture Hindenburg secures long stretch of Dvina River bank in drive on Drench stop German assaults on i fivemile front in Cham French army crosses River Vardar and threatens flank of Bulgarians who attack Italian offensive in the Tyrol continues to gain The proceedings In every respect constitute a senseless ayd malicious prosecution by locnl bureaucrats of a groat the latchet of whose shoo they are unworthy to said Dlst Atty William Corcoran at Cambridge in nol prosslng for a second time a charge against Frank tho Sago of brought by the Concord Board of Health for failure to connect his premises with the town I shall not Frank Hunboni to be tho victim of tins ihe while 1 have authority to terminate It in this or In any sub sequent proceedings of tho and accordingly will no further prosocuto this On March I nol prosd Commonwealth vs Frank a complaint against tho present defend based upon tho same alleged viola tion of law as the within At the time I explained tho reasons for my Hurled to Oct 21 Hurled from tholr soats In a biplane In which they were attempting a daring and sensa tional dive from an altitude of 800 Capt Chauncoy 22 years of an aviator of considerable and Philip aged of a para chute jumper and a novice were dashed to death on the Saugiu marshes this about a third of a mile from the Old Saugua race track from which they ascended less than five minutes A crumpled wing which seemed to fold up somewhat like an umbrella as the supporting braces and wires sud denly collapsed when the diving nt a terrific was almost in a perpendicular position was the cause of the Hundreds of persons in Clift6ndale and Saugus and in automobiles on the Revere Lynn who had watched Redding successfully accomplish his first saw the deaths of the two daring A superficial examination of the bodies by Medical Examiner Joseph Pinkharn of Lynn showed that both men must have met instantaneous Neither body was disfigured VOICE HEARD i1 ACROSS OCEAN Another Triumph fori Wireless j Operator at Talks to j I S 8700 Miles Also NEW Pet Vaj talked by telephone with S700 miles from also heard the operator talking Announcement that the human votes had been successfully projected across the Atlantic was made tonight on behalf of John chief engineer of the American Telephone and Telegraph Com at the companys office Later Mr talking over the telephone from confirmed the announce ment and told in detail of the To a telephone fell the honor of being the first man to span with his voice the space be tween the Old World and the Sit ting in the powerful Navy wirelesa plant at at an hour pre viously designated and selected cause the atmosphere would then ba clearest of static and electrical dis Mr shortly after mld Coiitlnued on the Second Continued on the Third Continued From the TODAYS GLOBE Pugc Nashua now has strong hope that arj bitratiori will end its mill Martin Joyce of Springfield one j three American soldiers killed by Mexi can 14BiiB9U Pros Hartley of Yale strongly favors Summer military camps for college Crew of Swedish wrecked by brought into Fusilier veterans Fall outing and j Somervllle roan charges prayer meet ing friend gave him bad NATIONAL DEFENCE Immediate and Without Waste ASS MEETING Tremont at 8 QClock The meeting will be managed by the Massachusetts Branch of the National Security 30 Congress Guy Chairman George Treasurer Frederic Executive GOVERNOR WALSH WILL Shakers Senator John Lawrence President of Harvard University Rlcharfl Mae President Massachusetts Institute of Technology Frederic Coudert of New York City and Professor w Tohnston of Harvard Also MOVING PICTURE SHOWING THE BOMBARDMENT OF NEW YORK WE BEuIEVE that our country lacks adequate protection against sudden military attack such as the great war now in progress has proved to be a very real men acing every independent WE BELIEVE that protection can only be given by the whole people acting to pether under the general WE BELIEVE that the cities on the and especially Boston and New rould at the present moment be seized with little difficulty by an active and that the lives and property of every one of us are in danger unless the general govern ment acts with intelligence and fc WE BELIEVE that it is our paramount duty to arouse the whole people to sup port such a demand for National Defence as will compel Congress to enact a complete f vimn oti H at kindly unme ana ai Committee of One Hundred David Wahid Henry Cabot Lodge John JameH Curley William Carter Frederick Frederick illleU Klchurd 2nd iieorge vou Meyer Calvin Ililutf Tlnkhmn William Murray Edmund BilUuRB Herbert Allen Oliver Ames Charted Ayer John Chariot Bancroft HtiKlt Bancroft Walter Baylies JuiiiuH Beebe Bromi Burnett I Tucker Burr William Butler Ktcclmaii Buttrlck Arthur fhapjn lluiih abut Arthur Charles Itamld CoolldBe Itniulnlpli Cinlldet 1ciulh ConlldBo Charles Collins lirufton Clminlierlttin Cliurles Uavin Henry Iay iorilun Dexlir Ihilin Uexter Mnlculm Donnld lidward Kldradee William Arlliur Eatabrook Kaliyan Allan Forbes KuKene FOBS Alfred Foster FrothlnKham William tiray DEMONSTRATIONOF LIFE the Massachusetts Volunteer on frrulay tireen Henry Grew Henry Arthur IllU HoUU Kobert Humajis Henry Hornblower Henry SHowe John 1iunclH Lee Letter Leland Kobert Luce Arthur Lyman Grenvllle MaeFctrland ihurlen Mornv Robert Monrlvy Uuy Murvhio MeKay JuMuh ONeil Herbert Parker James Parker Parker Andrew Wallace John Ferkliu Pew Charlen Neal Kuntoul John Joseph KUMeil Junet Storrow Shuuian Philip Saltonctell John SaltouBtaU Jeremiah Galtui Stone Frederic Snow Kugene Kiekuird Kobei WUlli Kobert Wlnsor IHani Wood iuer whltlnc MUnlWX I rank Wefaater Wing Crwunore Wallao WeUtajrloii Howard Walker Andrew KHot IN CAMP ON BOSTON COW MOW by details of October from 10 to
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