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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 19, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts                                SELL TOUR USED AUTOMO BILES through the automobile Advift In the Globe make Be sure to read the want and classified advts v PRICE TWO 19 WEDNESDAY JULY 1916 rEIGHTEEN AND ALDERMEN Charge Haverhill Officials Failed In Duty at Leyden Riot I Action Believed to Be First Its Kind Taken in This State KAISER FIERCELY ATTACKS ALLIES N British inSanguinary Tight at Longueval Germans Trjs to Push Back Point of Threatening Wedge English Gain Near French Lose Some Ground July British and Germans are engaged in a san guinary conflict in the region of the Longueval to the northwest Of With the clearing of the weather the Germans have taken the aggres Bive here after a preliminary bom bardment in which a new asphyxiat ing gas shell was At last ac counts no decision had been reached ill the Gen Haig was able today to report substantial progress north of pvll Special rJInnatch to tbe Globe July Al bert Bartlett and Aldermen Albert Roswell Charles Hoyt and Christopher comprising the entire City Council oil were Indicted by the Essex County Grand which reportedat this after on the charge of neglect to suppress an unlawful The indictments were the outgrowth of a ricft on April when Haverhill ex perienced a night of terror as the re sult of the suppression by a mob of a meeting at which Thomas Leyden Of Somerville was advertised to dis cuss a sectarian So far As Dist Atty Louis Cox or his William Mc are the indictments are the first ever brought in this State under Chapter 211 of the re vised which provides for the suppression oil unlawful assem It is interesting to note that the Grand Jury probe was requesed by the men who are now What Indictments Charge The indictments against all flve are After reciting that the Continued on the Second Germans The British commanders statement follows Thick mist and incessant rain still are interfering with our operations in the neighborhood of the but to the of Ovillers we made substan Gontlnnecl on the Fourth Growing Growing The net paid circulation the Daily Globe is greater than ever before at this time of You get Quality Quantity and Results When you advertise in the AB a want and classified me dium the Globe leads them AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BUSINESS FOR SALE MORE HELP WANTED Advertise In the Head the want and classified advtu Jn See your newsdealer or news arrange to have the Pally and Sunday Globe while ou BREMEN REPORTED Submarine Said to Be at Bridgeport Special Dispatch to the Globe NHW July Herald received Information Jast iiifht from a source worthy of consideration this siipersubmuriiic flying the German merchant marine had made her way into long Island Sound up to in TvMch port she is expected to take berth this This report came from the same person who told of the arrival of the Dojitschlnnd one day before that supemibniarfne reached No word concerning the possible arrival of the Bremen was given out last nigbfln Bridgeport Whatever you dont forget to order plenty of Pfaffs Beer The boys like It better than any CARDINAL PRAISES GENIUS OF DELEGATES Says Democracy of England Will Finally Have to Pay Irelands McCall Mayor Curley Address Convention MSTU SQUARE HOIEl Chandler and Berkeley Streets BUHOPHAN BOSTON HOTEL WALTER Throe Jjlockn from tbe Back Bay Htatlont Of Kr fc ami Electrlcn direct to and from nil rail road and Every Hoom HUH Private tfilflpoono lu cncb 26 Single HooniB with priTiitB for oao per 880 Double Rooms with private bathrooms for pur rtiiy entti 100 Doubla Roornn Alcova Ohumber wltb private for day eiob SB Roomt EXTRA fMIUilS erivatu hBtlirooiiiB for per eacb KOTHINO FlmtCUes Culnlne and Variety Olub KK to Top harbor excursion at Nantasket Upper Veronica Piper and MiBB Alice two delegates from Elizabeth Purcell and Miss May McDonnell from Lower from Indianapolis trying to see what the ocean felt Program of the Convention for 9 A sessions of thei men at the auxiliaries in Convention St liotoluh earn will lonvo Copley sa for 8 P in Convention Hall liy Benedict IltZKcralrt on Irish Mllglc and Katlierlno OKeefe OJIahoncy on John Boyle Starting yesterday the dele gates to the biennial National conven tion of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and auxiliaries had a very busy day conrblnlng business and At 0 oclock In the morning solemn high mass was celebrated at dral of the Holy Cross by Bishop Den nis OConnell of the Diocese of Rich the National chaplain of the Bishop OConnell was assisted by Frs William adminis trator of the and Neil Cro nln as and Rt Rev Mgr James pastor of the Church of the Precious Hyde the chap lain of the Norfolk County divisions and auxiliaries of the and Rev Fr Philip pastor of St James chaplain ot the Suffolk Comity bodies as deacons of Seated Within the sanctuary during the mass were several other Continued on tile TWO MEXICANS DROP Latter Shoot Over Rio Grande After Attack On Outpost By WIJTFIKLD THOMPSON Globe Stuff Man ftt the Headqnnrtcrs of tbo MtutacuusettB spirited skirmish occurred today on the Rio Grande between a border patrol of the 9th Ktassachusetts Infantry and a band of uniformed In the course of which two Mexicans were seen to fall following the American The Mexicans opened the action by firing across the river at the men on one of the 9th Regiments patrol held by Company of Capt James Considerable activity not of a pacific character hap been noted for the last two days among the Mexi cans across the border on the front held by the regiments of the 2d Massachusetts Mounted Men in when Maj William Caseys battalion of the 9th relieved Continued on tint Tenth TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pago Dr Wilfred shot and at point of attacked by Dr Eldredge At flanco of Miss Cella who died earlier in day from overdose of Cardinal OConnell expounds the right of the Irish to claim the highest nobility of at Cathedral mass preced ing opening of Mayor and Aldermen of Haverhill are indicted by Essex Grand Jury on charge of neglect to suppress Leyden The second German the said to nave arrived In Bridge port Men of L 9th shoot two Mexicans in border Germans make heavy attacks on the British and Alleged escapades of Miss Marion a at re cited In Hartford Pnse Kxteimlon of Government ownership advocated at 10th annual convention of Pane Six dead and three shot In Chicago an result of crazy negro shooting up Pufce Further signs of early departurl it German submarine liner Culminating attack of the Germans on Verdun Is near at Von PtlKB Defeat of BoehmiBrmollls Aus trian army In Voihynla way to new Russian tine of Russians capture trenches from Hln drive AustroGermans beyond Lipa penetrate the Carpathians nncl pursue the British Government Issues Anwlcan blacklist pf individuals and including one with Jdoston with whom British subjects are forbidden to British munitions workers decide unanimously to give up all on aen Halga Keep the Children Well Father Johns Medicine plvea health and A purefood TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pago Favorites get another bump at North Randall pacing race Cox getting a heat with Boston Yacht Club fleet makes run to Potts with tho Balling craft In owing to Japanese tennis stars invade the courts at Narragansett Joe Welling wins the decislon in his bout here with Walter Butler tff Some low scores in practice preparing for the Massachusetts ama teur golf which starts Tie for high honors in the Eastern States handicap trap Frank champion sus tains a broken leg In an exhibition PURO Red Sox beat St 4 to Chicago forfetts to Brooklyn In 10th inning when Tinker refuses to leave the Cincinnati b6ats the 6 to Portland beats 7 to Page Financial Page Commercial with Judge In forming United States Bteel dies at Lake Clergyman pleads in vain for youth in Brockton accused of being a Peeping Page Slemory of Col Robert Gould Shaw honored by exercises at Columbus Ave nue Rookie of 2d shoots oft his rifle to get out a cartridge and then reponts in Two deathg and two additional canes of paralysis reported from North Acting Bee of State Polk denies Umt promise was made by ttodgers at Mexico City that American troops would be Rubber Club of America has big at Vesper Country Prest charged with assault on Mrs lacQvltte at will be ar raigned TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pnsc Conference between and Garment Workers fails to wottle strike and locjltout of split over minimum ExPresident Castro of Venezuela rind wife granted permission to inter United States by ruling1 of Sec AVllaim of Labor Page John Bulls Ocean Tollbridge bv Uncle Pnse upon whon shark appends near Oynter Bay Sanate adopts biff Navy plan by voice Massachusetts delegates to Prohibition convention oppose BxQov Foss aa Presidential Evangelist cites Bllilo to prove Germans will lose present war nays RuasIanH will triumph for Blackman of Cambridge has uur prising escape when rifle splits in his hands at N Vollmer smashes swimniliig records In New York Henry Skefflngton will bo assistant in charge of bureau to tell laboring men what President Wilson has done for PMUB Household Women besiege Framlnsham camp for release of husbnnds and No hope for recovery of youne man who fell 100 feet while trying to restore birds to their News of the water Real eajate Page George of rescued from the Charles in the rnornlns while learning to tries again In after noon and Is president makes peruonal visit to Capitol to demand from pemocratto leaders the enactment of u Child Labor Representatives of 58 largest railroads to appeal to President tor relief in dangerous business Petrograd hears that the Allies have give Russia possession of botu sides ofthe Near Death After Attack by Dr Jealous Fiance of Celia Who Perished Earlier in Day From Drug Overdose Assailant Declares Dead Girl Confessed She Was Betrayed by His Victim ESCAPADES OF HEIRESS TOLD Miss Smith Set All Cape Cod Agog Letters Telling of Her Love Affairs Read in Court She Gave Phinney It Is Stated at Hartford Dr Bldrlclge an osteo of 13 Lawrence maddened by the death of his fiancee in walked Into the Hotel Westminster yesterday rang the bell at the office of Dr Wil fred president of the Mas sachusetts College of was admitted by Dr Harris himself and fired flve shots at his former Dr thrice was bound up by his niece and another who were in the and removed to the City where he is at the point of Dr At THE Special nispntoli to tilt July Cape In took a urcat Interest last yoar n the advent of rv lovely and lovable and tho story of how married men planned to divorce their wives ami win the viva clous girl who was prodlsa with her was told this afternoon in tho Hartford Probate After sitting until nearly 7 ooloolc this Judge Waldo Marvin adjourned court until Wednes day whfln ho will hear the principal Mfsa Marlon Pomeroy vlvaclonif and who IB the respondent to the pb tltlon of Charles Paine of her Massachusetts who wants to be appointed her legal guardian in where hey prop erty is Her Mrs Ruenna Pome roy of whose houee she left when she became accuses Marlon of wilfully captivating the married men of II ya rift IB and of being too liberal with her money toward her Marion says she la tired of Paine as a though she originally 8 greed to his Continmil on tins Tenth Accidents of the Day In League Baseball Sehang of the fell on con crete coping fracture of jaw and bruieed Cullop of pulled muscle un der his ribs and collapsed in the Severeid of the stunned by collision with Babe Ruth at the Caldwell of hit on by batted ball and obliged to leave Archer of finger broken while playing against WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Wed nesday generally fair Thursday probably cooled moderate southerly shift ing to northwest wood the night at Station having been identified by his and having according to the The Third Angle The third corner of the trlangls rests at 93 Centre where lived Dr Cella anothoi osteopathlo physician and classwaU of young Atwood at Dr Harris school She died from an ovordoaj of morji phine at the Commonwealth Hospital yesterday Tim police believe 15 was although Ur Oourge Continued on the Second neaday night and in Washlngton Forecast j for Southern England Partly cloudy Wednesday Thursday showers and For North ern New England Fair Wednesday Thursday increasing For Eastern New York Partly cloudy Wednesday Thursday probably The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons a 73 76 0 a 74 12 77 3 p 78 0 p 83 9 p 77 12 Average temperature yester Average one year The Globes unset probably showers and cooler Fri day showers followed by clearing fresh to brisk northeast Temperatures at S Last NishtSan 73 74 St SO SO 12 66 56 New 72 Wash Precipitation n 24 to 8 p QLOBB ADS PAY BEST TRY ONE AND SEE BftBY SCALDING pmror POWDER HEALS THE SKIN any skin soreness A healing at drugglsti Request THE PROTECTIVE BOTTLE containing FOUR Sold by the drink at ular and at generally PAUL JONES BOSTON OFFICES Sli312 Colonial Building 100 Phone tutPrtJ 34 Absolutely Re Indigestion proves 25c stall cjift   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