Boston Daily Globe, July 19, 1916

Boston Daily Globe

July 19, 1916

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 19, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts SELL YOUR USED AUTOMOBILES through the Globe. Remember, automobile advt* In the Qlobe make saiea. Be sure to read the want and classified advts today. lire laito (Hobe EXTRA VOL XC-NO. 19 BOSTON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY IO, 1916-EIGHTEEN PAGES corr right, isis, bt THS GLOBE NfrWSBAPER CO PRICE TWO CENTS INDICTS MAYOR AND ALDERMEN Charge Haverhill Officials Failed In Duty at Leyden Riot Action Believed to Be First of Its Kind Taken in This State CARDINAL PRAISES GENIUS OF IRISH TO A. 0. H. DELEGATES Says Democracy of England Will Finally Have to Pay Ireland’s Debt—Gov McCall and Mayor Curley Address Convention KAISER FIERCELY ATTACKS ALLIES Special rHapntoh to tho Glob* LAWRENCE, July 18—Mayor Albert L. Bartlett and Aldermen Albert E. Stickney, Roewell L. Wood, Charles M. Hoyt and Christopher C. Cook, comprising the entire City Council of Haverhill, were indicted British in Sanguinary (.JZ: noon, ob the charge of neglect to Fight at Longueval suppress an unlawful assembly. The Indictments were the outgrowth of s r*<” on APrh 8, when Haverhill ex- Germans Try to Push Back * nub.«. am*.. th. «. suit of the suppression by a mob of a Point of Threatening Wedge English Gain Near Pozieres, French Lose Some Ground LONDON, July IR—The British and Germans are engaged in a sanguinary conflict in the region of the Longueval salient, to the northwest of Combles. With the clearing of the weather the Germans have taken the aggres ■ive here after a preliminary bombardment in which a new asphyxiating gas shell was used. At last accounts no decision had been reached In the battle. Gen Haig was able today to report substantial progress north of Ovll-lers. Germans Orlvtn From Trenches The British commander's statement follows; ‘‘Thick mist snd tncssaent rain stilt are Interfering with our operations In th# neighborhood of the Bomme, but to the north of Ovlllers we made substan- meeting at which Thomas E. Leyden of Somerville was advertised to discuss a sectarian subject. So far as Dlst Atty Louis 8. Cox or his assistant, William P. Mc-8weeney, are aware, the Indictments are the first ever brought In this State under Chapter 211 of the revised statutes, which provides for the suppression of unlawful assemblages. It is interesting to note that the Grand Jury probe was requeaed by the men who are now indicted. What Indictments Charge Tho Indictments against all Avo sr# identical. After reciting that the ac. DR HARRIS SHOT DOWN IN THE WESTMINSTER Near Death After Attack by Dr Atwood, Jealous Fiance of Celia Adams, Who Perished Earlier in Day From Drug Overdose Assailant Declares Dead Girl Was Betrayed by His Confessed Victim She Top Left—A. 0. H. harbor excurgton landing at Nantasket Beach. Upper Right—MIbs Veronica Piper and Miss Alice M. Doney, two delegates from Chicago. Lower Left—Miss Elisabeth Purcell and Mlsa May McDonnell from Connecticut. Lower Right— Delegat eg from Indianapolis trying to see what the ocean felt like. Continued on the Second Pave. (ontinned on the Fourth Pace. ae- Growing Growing The net paid circulation of the Daily Globe is greater than ever before at this time of vear. You get Quality Quantity and Results When you advertise In the Globe. BREMEN REPORTED ^Second German Submarine Said to Be at Bridgeport Special dispatch to the Globe NI:IV YORK, July I*-The Herald received information las! night from a Honree worth) of consideration (hat the supersuhmarine Bremen, •lying (lie German merchant marine (lag, had made her way Into Long Island Sound ap to Bridgeport, Conn, iii wlrteli port she Is expected to take berth this morning. This report came from the same person who told of the arrival of the Deutschland one day before that supersubniarine reached Baltimore. No word concerning the possible arrival of the Bremen was given out last night in Bridgeport. Program of the A. O. H. Convention for Today • A W—Contention session* cf the men at the Conies Tic** sad tho bulies’ im t liinrle. ta Convention Hall. St lint edith st. 8:80—Special ears will loose Copley aq for Nahant. S P U—I^rtiirf* la Convention Hall by Benedict Flt»*erald on “Irish Music” and Miss Katherine A. O'Keefe O'Vlahoney on "John Hoyle O'Reilly." Starting yesterday mornlnsr, th* delegates to the biennial National convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and auxiliaries had a very busy day combining business and pleasure. At 9 o’clock In the morning a solemn high mass was celebrated at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross by Bishop Dennis J. O'Connell of the Diocese of Richmond. Va, the National chaplain of the ordeK Bishop O'Connell was assisted by Ere William H. Flnnlgan. administrator of the Cathedral, and Neil A. Cronin aa deacona. and Rt Rev Mgr James F. Chlttlck, pastor of the Church of the Precious Blood, Hyde Park, the chaplain of the Norfolk County divisions and auxiliaries of the Hibernlsns, and Rev Fr Philip J. O'Donnell, pastor of Bt Janu s' Church. Boston, chaplain of the TWO MEXICANS DROP DEFORE RIFLES OF 9TH /  - latter Shoot Over Rio Grande After Attack On Outpost By WINFIELD H. THOMPSON j posts, hold by L Company of Natick,! (Globe Stiff M*n at the Headquarters of the ( Bpt James F, Hickey, /%+fa    JAgd C££/& /9&MS Ma»Mcb<i*ett« Brigade.) EL PASO, Tex, July 18—A spirited Considerable activity not of a pacific character has been noted for skirmish occurred today on the Rio the last two days among the Mext-Grande between a border patrol of cans across the border on the front 2d the 9th Massachusetts Infantry and a band of uniformed Mexicans, in held by the regiments of th-Brigade, Massachusetts Infantry. the course of which two Mexicans were seen to fall following the Suffolk County bodies as deacons of ■ American fire. honor. Seated within the sanctuary j The Mexicans opened the action by,    , during the mass were several other , flrjng across the river at the men on ;    ®    relieved I 9th Mounted Men in Band. Last.evenlng, when MaJ William J. Contfnned on the ’''enth Pave. lone Of the 9th Regiments patrol Continued on the Tenth Page. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS ! TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Page I. Dr Wilfred E. Harris, shot and at point of death, attacked by Dr Eldredge Atwood, jealous (lance of Miss Olla Adams, who died earlier In day from overdose of drug. Page H. Favorites get another hump at North Randall; ‘J 06 pacing race unfinished, Cox getting a heat with Camelia. Boston Yacht Club fleet makes run to Potts Harbor. Me, with the sailing craft TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS ESCAPADES OF HEIRESS TOLD Miss Smith Set All Cape Cod Agog Letters Telling of Her Love Affairs Read in Court She Gave Phinney $3000, It Is Stated at Hartford Conference Page ll. between employers and Special Dispatch to the f.lnho HARTFORD, Conn, July 19—All Cat)* As a want and classified medium the Globe leads them all. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE? REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? BUSINESS FOR SALE? MORE HELP WANTED? Advertise in the Globe. Read the want and classified advts in today’s Globe. See your newsdealer or newsboy and arrange to have the Daily and Sunday Globe while on vacation. CASTLE SQUARE HOTEL W 4i LI £< Ii VV, L‘    .’I n. ii a gcj . rec Mocks from the Bsok Bay Htatlons b« N. Y„ ti. H. A H. anil B. a A. t. Electrics direct to end from ail rail- Tremont, Chandler and Berkeley Streets EUROPEAN' PLAN. BOSTON HOTEL CO., Len*e*e. WALTER VV. COMBE. M*n*e«r. Three Of tba R. R road stations aud *team*iiii> landing* Every Room Ha* a Private Bath. long-Dintanre telephone In each room 25 Single Room* with primate bathroom, for one ppraou, $1.50 per day. 350 Double Room* with private bathrooms for two, *1 per day each person. IOO Double Room* (Alcove Chamber) with private bathroom* for two, $1.25 per day each person.    _______ 2$ Choice Room* (EXIRA LAROE) with private bathroom* for two. $1.50 lier day each Penton. NOTHING HIGHER. Fir*t-Cl«Ks Cuisine and Service. Large Vnrietv Club Breakfast*. 25c to 40c. Please Senti Postal far Booklet. ------- Cardinal O’Connell expounds the right in tow, owing to fog of the Irish to claim the highest nobility j Japanese tennis stars invade the of character, at Cathedral matts priced- j courts at Narragansett Pier. ing opening of A. O. H. convention. ] Joe Welling win* the decision in his Mayor and Aldermen of Haverhill are 1 bout here with Walter Butler of Revere. indicted bv Essex Orand Jury on | Some low scores In practice rounds, charge of neglect to suppress Leyden preparing for the Massachusetts aroast    I    teur golf championship, which start* The second German submarine, the! today. Bremen, said to nave arrived In Bridgeport Harbor. Men of L Company, 9th Massachusetts, ! shoot two Mexicans in border skirmish Germans make heavy attacks on the British and French. Alleged escapades of Miss Marion P. Smith, a $6o,OOO heiress, at Hyartnls. re-! cited In Hartford court. Page 2. Extension of Government ownership I advocated at 19th annual convention of post masters. Page a, Six dead and three shot in Chicago as result of craty negro couple shooting up neighborhood. Pa** 4. Further signs of early departure of German submarine liner Deutschland. Culminating attack of the Germans on Yerdurt is near at hand, Von Wlagand hears. Page 5. Defeat of Gen Boehra-Ermolll’a Austrian army In Volhynla opens way to new' Russian line of offense. Russians capture trenches from Hin-denburg. drive Austro-Germans beyond Li pa River, penetrate the Carpathians and pursue the Turks. British Government issues American “blacklist” of Individuals and firms, including one with Boston branch, with whom British subjects are forbidden to trade. \ British munitions workers ^eelde unanimously to give up all holidays, on Gen Haig’s appeal. * .....  vTccji    crnpii'verK    BUU    <    .    _ Garment Workers falls to settle strike1™' HyannH In psrtloulsr. jf** *7 * and lockout of BO,OOO; spilt over minimum Interest leat year ti^th«i ad e wage.    lovely and lovable IM OOO heiress, ann me Ex-President Cautio of Vanexusla and I "to,y of hoW ™»rrHd 1*!^ t hT vlva- divoree their wlven and win the viva eioua girl who was prodigal with her money, wa* told this afternoon In the Hartford Probate Court Dr Eldridge D. Atwood, an osteopath, of 13 lawrence st, Woburn, maddened by the death of hie fiancee in Brookline, walked Into the Hotel Wcitminater yeaterdajr afternoon, rang the bdl at the office of Dr Wilfred E. Harris, president of the Massachusetts College of Osteopathy, was admitted by Dr Harris himself and fired five shots at his former teacher. Dr Harris, thrice wounded, was bound up by his niece and another woman, who were in the rdom, and removed to the City Hospital, where he Is at the point of death. Dr At- THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity; Wednesday generally fair; Thursday unsettled, probably showers, cooler; moderate southerly winds, shifting to northwest Wednesday night and Increasing. wife granted permission to enter United i States by ruling of Hee Wilson of Labor Department. Pa «e 12. "John Bull’s Ocean Tollbridge,” by Uncle Dudley. , Pax* 1.1. After sitting until nearly 7 o’clock this evening, Judge L- P- " aldo Marvin adjourned court until Wednesday forenoon, wha.i he will hear the wood spent tho night at Station 18 having been identified by his victim and having confessed, according ic the police. J he Third Angle The third corner of the triangle rests at 93 Centre* st. Brooklin*!, where lived Dr Cella Adams, annihil osteopathic physician and classmate of young Atwood at Dr Harris* school She died from an ov'*rd^s.* of mor phine at the Common wealth Hospital yesterday noon. The pollee believe I* was suicide, although Dr George B, I nniinnrd on th* Second I'***. Tie for high honors in the Eastern States handicap trap shoot. Frank Gotch, champion wrestler, sustain* a broken leg in an exhibition bout. Page T-Red Sox beat St Louis 4 to J. Chicago forfeits to Brooklyn In 10th inning when Tinker refuses to leave the held.    ^ Cincinnati beats the Braves, 6 to 4. Portland beata Springfield, 7 to 2. Page H. Financial news. Page ». Commercial news. J. H. Moore, prominent, with brother. Judge Moore, In forming United State* Steel Corporation, dies at Lake Geneva, WI*. Clergyman pleads in vain for youth in Brockton accused of being a “Peeping Tom.” Page IO. Memory of Col Robert Gould Shaw honored by exercises at Columbus Avenue A. M. E. Church. Rookie of 2d (shoots off his rifle to get out a cartridge and then repents in d at ance. Page 11. Two deaths and two additional cases of infantile paralysis reported from North Adams. Acting Sec of State Polk denies {fiat promise was made by Rodgers at Mexico City that American troops would be withdrawn. Rubber Club of America has big outing at Vesper Country Club. Keep the Children Well    Prest    Sllvestiana, charged with assault Father John’s Medicine gives health and on Mm Iacovitte at Woburn, will be ar-strength. A pure food tonic.—Advt. raigned today. T. R. ailed upon when    shark    appears    i principal witness. Miss Marlon Pomeroy near Oyster Lay    !    smith, young, pretty, vivacious and Senate adopts big Navy plan by voice , who is the respondent to the pb vot*'    |    talon of Charles C. Paine of Barnstable, Massachusetts delegate*    to    Prohibition    j Mass, her Massachusetts conservator, convention oppose Ex-Gov Foss as Washington Forecast for .Southern New England: Partly cloudy W ednesday; Thursday * h o w a r a, and cooler. For North-; e r n New England; I Fair Wednesday; Thursday increasing cloudiness. For Eastern New York: ! Partly cloudy Wednesday; Thursday! probably showers. Presidential nominee. The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp-who”wants to be appointed her legal \ *>«’• Spa-3 a rn, 73; g a rn. 75; 9 a rn. 74; guardian in Connecticut, where her prop- j H m, 77^ 3 p rn, 78; 6 p rn, 83. 9 p rn. 77; Evangelist Cardey cites Biola to prove j erty is located. Germans will lose present war; ways Her grandmother, Mrs Ruenna Pome-Russians will triumph foi a time.    ! r0y of Hyannis, whose house she left J. F. Blackman of Cambridge ha* Bur- When she became 21. accuses Marlon of 1$ mid, 73. Average temperature yesterday, 761*. Average one year ago, 77'%.    : prising escape when rifle sputa in his hands at Plattsburg, N Y, camp. Vollmer smashes swimming records in New York A. C. pool. Henry J. Skefflngton will be assistant In charge of bureau to tell laboring men what President Wilson has done for them. Page 14. Household Department. Women besiege Framingham camp for release of husbands and sons. No hope for recovery of young man who fell IOO feet while trying to restore birds to their neat. I'aae 15. News of the water front. ’ Real egjate transactions. Page I*. George Feeley, 15, of Newton, rescued from the Charles In the morning while learning to swim, tries again In afternoon and is drowned. President makes personal visit to Capitol to demand from pemocratic leaders the enactment of a Child Labor law. Representatives of 58 largest railroads to appeal to President Wfisoi^today for relief in dangerous “business crisis. Petrograd hears that the Allies have agreed to give Russia possession of botli sides of the Dardanelles. wilfully captivating the married men of Hyannis and of being too liberal with her money toward her sweethearts. Marion say* she is tired of Paine as a conservator, though she originally agreed to hi* appoint.merit. Continued on the Tenth (have. Accidents of the Day In League Baseball Sehang of the Athletics, fell on concrete coping; fracture of jaw and bruised shoulder. Cullop of Yankees, pulled muscle under his ribB and collapsed in the box. Severeid of the Browns, stunned by collision with Babe Ruth at the plate. Caldwell of Yankees, hit on knee by batted ball and obliged to leave game. Archer of Cubs, finger broken while playing against Brooklyn. The Globe’* Forecast—Thursday unset* ! tied, probably showers and cooler; Frt- j day shower* followed by clearing; fresh I to brisk northeast winds. Temperatures at 3 Last Nlght-San ’ Francisco, 72; Bismarck, 74; St Louis, ! 88; Chicago, SO; Nantucket, 62; Portland. 66. Eastport. 56, New York. 72; Wash-j Ington. 80. Precipitation in Boston, 24 hour*, to 8 p rn, .14. GLOBE ADS PAY BEST TRY ONE AND SEE Request THE PROTECTIVE BOTTLE containing FOUR ROSES WHISKEY! Sold by the drink at popular prices. Quarts, pints and half-pints at dealers generally PAUL JONES A CO , Distillers Louisville, Ky. BOSTON OFFICES 311-312 Colonial Building IOO Boylston St., Boston Phone Oxford ti BMY SCALDING BELLANS HEALS THE SKIN chafing, any skin soreness A healing wonder— 25c at druggists } Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackaga proves it. 25c at all druggists. COMING TO BOSTON? ‘lr HOTEL HOLLIS 247 Tremont Street Near the t oiuuiun Roma*, single *1.00, Two Persons ai in Knott)* With Hath SS.a® [Music HntiurnBt liar Cabaret im ;