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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 6, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts                                The demand for apace ra the Globes want and classified columns is Help us out by or dering your advts for Sat urdays and Sundays Globe VOL 97 THURSDAY APRIL 1916EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS NewBelgiuffl Not Vassal of Allies Keep Conquests In Russia No Intent to Attack by Wireless to April von Bethmann Hollweg outlined the attitude of Ger many before the Reichstag today in a speech that gave the most definite statement yet issued as to the Gov ernments views on terms of The Chancellor declared there must be a new with real guarantees that it will not be used as a fortification against and intimated that and the Baltic Provinces will never be re turned to Says Guilt Is on Allies He declared that any suggestions of peace on the basis of destruction of the Prussian military power would make possible only one German If Germanys adversaries desired to continue the slaughter of men and Continued on the Second ReaB Estate For Sale Summer Cottages To Let Summer Boarders Wanted For Sale Poultry For Sale Advertise in the I AND I SUNDAYS Tell your friends about the Globes wonderful growth in circulation during the past two The net paid circulation of the Daily and Sunday Globe for the month of March was greater than that of any other month in the Globes Circulation Advertising Patronage The Globe offers advertis ers splendid Always consider the great purchasing power of the Globes clientele when plac ing your advertising in Bos CHANCELLORS DECLARATIONS THAT STIRRED THE REICHSTAG Striking sentences from the speech of the German Chancellor before the Reichstag follow Can he Mr Asquith suppose that Germany ever shall of her own free will deliver to Russia the Nations between the Baltic and the Volhynian swamps After the war there must be a new We must create real guarantees that never shall be a FrancoBritish The latest offspring of the calumniating campaign directed against us is a report that after the end of the shall rush against the American This is the silliest of all im putations invented against For and not for space in a are Germanys sons bleeding and dying on the The American note of Nov gave an exact description of British violations of the Nations but so far as I know it has not been answered up to this No one can ask us to permit our arms of defense to be wrested from our We use and must use RAPS HANDLING OFLEYDENRIOT jHaverhill Scored by Rev Dr van Allen Defends light of Free Speech at Church of the Advent Mobs Work Called a Lapse Into the Dark Ages That Governor of the Common wealth would have been justified in calling out the State Militia to the last and In sweeping1 the streets of HeverUlll with machine guns to enable Dr Ley den to exercise the right of free speech was the emphatic declaration of Rev William Harman van in an address on The Amer ican Spirit and the Haverhill at last evenings service in the Church of the I stand for the American said when I say that the Gov ernor would have been justified In using every soldier in the Common in lining the hall and the stair ways thereto with them and in having machine guns ready to sweep the streets to vindicate the right of free Dr van Allen began his address by saying that pride goeth before a and that having exulted of late years that we had got beyond the brutality of we now find ourselves sud denly humbled by a shameful and outrageous lapse into the spirt of the dark GUNMAN ROBS CIGARSTORE Tells Clerk Then Ties Him Escapes With From Gash Overlooks Safe Hundreds Passing Near North Station at Time When Statutes Were Ignored He declared that ho had never seen Dr and doubted if he would agree with his views If he heard but said that DrLeyden had first been prevented by a mob from speaking in a Unitarian chapel in in disre gard of the statutes prohibiting disor derly conduct in a religious that he had been granted the use of City Hall to speak on a matter real public and political which was The Attitude of the Catholic Hierarchy Toward the Public Dr Van Allen proceeded The Cath olic hierarchy Is opposed to the public schools as at present and It tails them Godless I have an abundance of Catholic literature to prove The fact that a number of false fire alarms were sounded from different sec tions of the city during the riot proves that the atttack on Dr Leyden was the result of a concerted The police confessed themselves the militia were called yet even they did not succeed in securing for Dr Lay Gontlnned on the Fifth Be sure to have your Summer Real Automobile and Poultry advts appear in the Order your advts for Fri Saturday and Sunday INCORPORATED 1861 THE BOSTON Penny Savings Bank 1375 Washington Boston Opposite Cathedral Money deposited on or before April will draw interest from that The first gunman to appear in this city for nearly a year arrived at the store of the United Cigar Stores 118 Canal near the North shortly before oclock last and succeeded in making1 his escape with which he took from the cash Vincent 27 of 827 Preeport was the victim of the being entertained by hia visitor for nearly an before he found himself covered with a revolver and ordered to turn over the cash In the The description as given by Hcara and sent out by the police Is that of a man about 35 years 8 feet ao 140 light smooth shaven with a pockmarked He wore a dark suit with a white soft brown hat and carried a dark Scaramella was tied hand and foot by the after being backed into a rear buT the bonds were not so tight but what he was able to free him self and telephone to Police Headquar Entertained by Stories According to the story told by Scara mella to the he was alone In the store shortly after 9 when a young man entered and bought a package of ciga The customer stood at the end of the counter and started to talk about the women and things In From the general conversation the stranger drifted on to good stories and for more than half an hour furnished Scaramella with plenty of entertain When Scaramella leached the rear of the store he discovered himself looking into a big Told He Would Shoot to Kill Scaramella was told to walk Into the rear room and face the He but as the position he took was against a light wooden partition sepa rating the grocery and liquor store of Kennedy at 116 Canal from which the sounds of persons moving around could be he was told to oack away from the wall and not to make any attempt at trying to call help by kicking on the The bandit tlion looked around and or oered him to back out of the room and moving behind the tied Scara mellas hands behind his back and his Scaramella was then pushed back Into the little room and told to keep as at the flrst sign of a yell or any other he would be as the bullets would reach him through the light wooden The bandit then opened the cash regis ter and cleaned It of about in cash but made no attempt to open the safe which was under the counter and con tained the receipts for the entire day As he left the store he told Scaramella that he would and if an attempt was made to give an alarm he would ehoot and shoot to While the bandit was getting the cash and backing out of the store Scaramella was at work trying to free his and he succeeded Just about the time that the door closed behind the He then freed his feet and an which was heard by the persons at work In the next A telephone alarm was sent to Police Headquarters and Sergt with patrolmen OJIara and Dono were sent to the scene by Lieut while Inspector Cavagnaro was sent to the store by inspector in charge of the detective bureau at BELLANS Absolutely Removes One package proves it 25c at all Illuminating Gas Explodes at Cheleea Rocco Glmlno of 424 Crescent Chel sesv took a lighted lamp Into a room filled with escaping Illuminating gas his home last An explosion followed and Rocco was thrown across the The firemen soon extinguished the Hoccos condition la not CHASE IS RAYED Haled to Court on DrugCase Drain Says tefl Rev Frank secretary of New England Watch and Ward received a severe personal heard a sat of Golden Kules suggested for the organization ho represents and listened to a critical lecture of half au hours when he appeared by command before Judge Richard Wil liam Irwln of who was sitting in Bast Chase was told that next time he mis quoted the court It would be a case for something worse than a or fine and that the court would like to go be fore the officers of the Watch and Ward and comment on the work of its Before a dozen or more several court officers and some twoscore Judge Irwln commented on the misquotations in a letter which Sec Chase wrote to a third criticising the action of the court in putting a young man charged with selling arid drugs on probation last Judge Irwln said remarks made in dis posing of the case in question had been misquoted In Chases letter and added that reform societies seem bent on se curing convictions rather than on aid ing society and the Continued on the Fifth MODEST LITTLE WOMAN BRKJOYTa NASHUA i Mrs SchlenK Tells Hoi She Helped Settle The Mill Strike Candidate on a Platform From Which He Bars PussyFooting Says Fear of Fighting Will Never Keep America Out of War BRITISH DEFEAT 1URKSON TIGRIS Storm Fortified Line 20 Miles Below Kut MRS HELEN By WINPIBLD Happiness filled the homes of the N mill district yesterday The bright Spring sunshine looked down on smiling faces passing through tho mill the faces of operatives who had not been there since last About 300 returned to work and return as quickly as places can be found for It is all who left Nashua to work in other have come back to old There are about 1000 of Tho men and women who passed through the mill gates yesterday showed in their faces their joy in the chance of changing from blank idleness to gain were among them who did not carry In their minds eye the Irnuge of an Her is Helen Every worker in Nashua knows of if he has not actually Been her and talked with When the good news of the strike settlement was Continued on Fourth Remove Last Serious Obstacle to Gen Townshencis Relief Gen Lake Says Operations Proceed Satisfactorily Be Prepared Gain strength from Father Johns Msijl pure TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pajre Col Koosevelt outlines terms on which he would become candidate for Presi Germanys peace terms outlined by Mrs Helen Schlenk tells how N strike was Judge Irwln administers a severe re proof to Sec Frank Chase of the Watch and Ward Gunman robs cigar store after tlelng clerk near North Ren Dr van Allen scores the action of the authorities In dealing with tho Ha verhil mob attack on Dr AArllllnm Ley Turkish Intrenched position at Unun 20 miles below captured by Woburn Street Railway strike settled men will Pajje French stop German attacks in Lor raine and Vosges Russians gain in Qalicia and Asia President and Lansing discuss reports from United States attaches that Ger man submarine torpedoed the Puife Test case promised In the Anna Ross conviction in the vice Chance of a Belgian Tag Day on Sat urday in doubt owing to a conflict be tween a city ordinance and a Federal authorities to take captor of the back to Dela ware for trial on piracy Puge Demonstration for Roosevelt at Mains Progressive Roosevelt delegates to says at meeting at the City Club Europe watching Roosevelts progress says Lynn Republicans get into family row over National convention McSwceney tells of Port Direct ors plan for wholesale PBKC Mickey Brown draws with BYankie Brown of New Coach Guy Nlckalla makes a shakeup In his Yale Murray bowlers win City League championship and make two captain of the Harvard track says the Crimson crew has not the support of the under Noble Second Class wins meet at out door board Dexter Brook Braves beaten In 7 to Red Sox Bhufout the Orioles at Balti 5 to The Cubs and their chances sized up by James Praa Lannln Invites Royal Rooters to Red Box openinggame next Wednes Shoot at Paleface traps held up be cause of shot shower that threatened workmen to a TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pnire Charley Brlckley and Bill Sweeney ad dress 600 Boston College students on football and Dartmouth beats 2 to 1 other college Imsoball Red Sox buy Clarence hard hitting outfielder of the St Louis Arena beats 4 to In the Boston Hockey and earns tho honor of rankingamateur team of the discusses prospects of Tinker and Fielder Jones as major league Pujfe Financial Discussion of reorganization plans of the Rock the Frisco and the Western Pnjje Commercial News of tlje water Rev Charles Allen of veteran Unitarian Is to retire after 51 years in Capt Charles Brown drowned when schooner Elaie Bayles of New Bed ford is VllKK Massachusetts encampment at Faneuil Hall Tribute paid at State House to nurses who served Army In tho Civil Second trial of Mlstj Elizabeth Gar rnongs suit for agsinst Henderson opens Congressman Troadway receives en velope from New York apparently rifled by Iuxv Plymouth Conmco Company worKers who submitted strike troubles to arbi tration are given subHtiinttal Increases by State Hoard of Customhouse towor clock may start doing business Carmen Bung in Boston Opera Kast Boston HtnitihungorH meet ing calls on Gov McCall to hear charges against Public Service Com 1atc Civilization by Uncle French caught unprepared at performed miracle In bringing up forces and munitions to check the as In 6000 Maid tells uf Horace Utarbuoka oddl at New Haven will case So They IdKC Mexican officials inquire how much farther south United States expects to send its Gen Gavlra Insists has gono Into Council at segregated budget hearing hints at court action to nnd out about legality of Mayors Increase of City Hospital Jeremiah the fourth to be ar rested In suspected plot to rob mer chants around Atlantic False teeth stolen by burglar do not BO he senda thorn Strike Is Ended and Cars Are Running Board of Three Will Consider Matter of Ws Discharge Vahey Is to Represent the Bay State Employes Tho strike of tho employes of the Woburn Division of the Bay State Street Railway Company was sallied by agree ment yesterday afternoon after a confer ence between representatives of tho company and of the men in tho rooms of tho State Board of Conciliation nnd Arbitration at the Slnte By tho terms of this agreement the question of reinstating conductor John who wan discharged Jan will be decided by Joint board oC arbl Coutliiiioil on the Fourth TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pane Jury in New Brunswick discharges sentry who killed nurse while shooting at Waite calls and tells them his story of the Peck Plljve Household Little Stories for by Thorn tono What Girln May by Jessie You and I and the by Htlda Barde Our Business pioneers PllRO 1nrk Chambers at Peterboro and Jer sey stw change IHKO House pasties inciLsure providing for restoration of party enrolment for pri maries other legislative Senators declare grave dagger faces United States after European war de nounce National Quiird for opposition to volunteer Congressman Dalllneer gives up for a time the fight for a separate Cambridge French Army replaces soldiers with who are employed successfully in auxiliary service In Gas Conunlsslonorn declare value of eliding settle to Boston consumers im paired by holding company April A victory Cor the British over the Turks on the Tltfrlti below KutelArtlnra hnn been reported by Gen in command of the British forces The Turkish intrenched position TlmmfilHpiina was nnd car ried 5 oclock this morningby tho Tlfrrlu Clon Irfiko and the operations lire proceeding sutltifac Tho enptnre of whleh Is on the 0 miles down stream from ts the most important news from this theatre in some time and Is regarded here as giv ing promise of the early relief of Gen Townshends which has been be sieged In KutolAmara slnca tha first week In UmmelHcnna la a strong position nt an important benri of tho river and is said to bo the last Herlous barrier to the rolef to Gen although two or three loss strong positions are still to be overcome before Kutel Amtira Is Next to the Dardanelles expedition the operations in Mesopotamia have been a subject on which the Government has been more criticised than any not only on account of the breakdown In tho hospital but on the question of responsibility for tho with Insufficient toward As In tho case of the tha accused the Ministers ut homo of insisting on ho expedition against the ndvlce of I he military authorities In India and on tho This mot with an unqualified contradiction Austin Sccrolnry for in the House of Commons Sir Clminherlfiln declared that the advance on Bagdad was undertaken on tho ad vice of the commanclerinchleC in THE WEATHER W A SHIN April Forecast for Southern New Eng land Fair Friday For Northern New England Fair Thurs day Friday local rain or For Boston and Vi cinity Fair Thursday Friday prob ably fair and cooler light variable Globes Forecast Friday prob ably fair find cooler Saturday fair moderate generally The temperature yesterday at Thomp sons Spa 3 a 35 G a 34 SB 3 p 62 li p 55 0 p 61 12 Average temperature yester 46512 average one year Temperatures at 8 Last San SB 24 St 50 42 40 44 38 New 52 Washing Precipitation in 24 hours to 8 p Sloan Badly Injured at Qulnoy April Thomas 48 years of 48 Chubbuck st struck on the head today by a heavy timber while at work near piledriver which is used in laying a foundation for a dork at the Fore River He received a slight fracture of the skull and wus taken to the Qulnoy City Hos lie was reported as resting com fortably tonight and his recovery is ex OYSTER April Roosa in an interview at Sagamore has virtually declared his can didacy for the Republican Presiden tial The words he em ployed are far more emphatic those of his Trinidad with its demand upon the public for heroic He goes set ting forth the precise and only terms upon which he will accept the nomi and notifying all delegates to the Republican National convention just what his candidacy stands The colonel was led into this decla ration by the conversational tone of one of his visitors at Sagamore This visitor lives in a and is a candidate for Con He also hopes to be a delegate i to the Republican National conven tion next You said the I may make up my mind that we will have to nominate In Interest of the Country There was something in the question that Bujjisested a lilnt of youvotefor1 nicnnrtrilrotunithecompllmant It did not seem to please the and hts reply delivered in sharp liko blows ot a will fertninly never be forgotten by the wouldbe National It will be long remembered also by the other suesta at Sagamore Hill who crowded around tho Colonel as he now let me give you a piece of said the If you have any doubt on the do nominate Get ft perfectly clear In your head if you nominate me it mustnt be because you think It Is lit my but because you It Is In your Interest and the Interest of the Republican party and because you think It Is to the Interest tho United States to do ProUnited States Only i And more than dont you do It it you expect mo to pussyfoot on any Continued oil the Fifth Only 14 More Shopping Days Before Easter Make Your Spring Purchases Now Mora and more tho breakfast de pends upon tile The light breakfast Eggs and uttorlylf tho Coffee CORONATION stands the teat as the family leaves the table how delicious the coffee was this morning is the universal CORONATION BRAND Sells for 33c per Pound 3 Pounds for 95c or 3 for by parcel prepaid anywhere In New Bates Yerxa 55 Summer 8780 8 I Friend 08 Faneull Hall Also Full River   

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