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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts                                A Good Investment Money spent in the Advertising columns of the Daily and Help us out by ordering your advts for and Sundays Globe VOL 97 THURSDAY OCTOBER 1916EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS MAY CLAIM SMALL FIRE WAS SET Parts of Apparatus Found in Ruins Phone Cut Off Before Murder Prosecution Satisfied With Report of Expert On Condition of Womans Torso RUMANIANS SWEEP ON Beat Germans in North DEMANDS ROPER BE CONVICTED State Attorney Winds Up Argument in Case Jury Will After Judges Charge Today Two widely different pictures of same man in his relation to the circum stances of it crime were drawn from I the evidence and laid yesterday before the Middlesex Court at Bast Cambridge which is trying AJbert Roper on the of murdering his the TewksbUry This morning the jury will be charged by Judge Stevens and given the task of selecting the true picture and thus determining th question at ffce gfuitt or innocence of the By his own senior young1 Bppsr was repre sented as an Innocent questioned by police in a tortyrercham heri and surrounded y oil cijmstanoes that are coveredwith Interrogation about whom the once they got their unsympathetic hands upon wove a web of evidence without further guilty By the deputy district Maj Robert the prisoner was represented as a shiftless slave to de practicing deceits upon Mrs Jessie Pox pf 16 Wait at home he taking money from her that any flecent man might be ashamed to and in the Summer of 1915 passing worthless checks and not having promised her and represented that his father was decided tip must go tfirough with his bluff and coldly planned hfs parents Little Emotlpn Sltpwn by Roper During the ordeal of an argu ment of his the young defendant Continued on the Second Globe In the Lead During thenine months end ing Sept the Globe printed more lines of aty kinds of advertising than second Boston The Globe has Its great ad vertising patronage because of the wonderful results It brings in return for the money expend ed in its liberal space in the Daily and Sunday Globe In creases your Fall and Winter By CHARLES MERRILL MOUNTAIN N Got covery In the ruins of the Small cottage of the authorities way claim to be part of a flresettlnB confirmation Pf the report hat the telephone wire connecting the Isolated house with the Village had been cut in tjie front hints py the prosecuting attprney that valuable deuce is contained In the joint insurance policy issued on the lives of Air and Mrs Frederick Small the statement of Atty Gten James Tuttle that a report has been on the examination of part of muiv dered wifes confirming the sus picions of the were the im portant developments today in the baf fling murder Tonight the prosecution is sure that It 1ms sufficient circumstantial evlflenoo tp present tomorrow to warrant the holding of Frederick Small on the flharge of first degree County Solicitor Walter Hill made this assertion tonight in pfnce of Central the little village hotel which has been the center of activity since Mrs on the Tenth Oct the great armies on the old eastern and west ern fronts Ipofted n struggles which have riot reached a decisive the three campaigns in Southeastern Europewe rapidly de veloping a serious situation for the Teutonic showing a strength that surprises bpth friend con tinues her invasion of AustroHun Contluncd pn the Fonfth TODAYS GUQBE CONTENTS Red Sox face Worlds Series confident ly fans begin to pet National Commission will take no ac tion on Rumanians win further successes In Central Transylvania and lose ground In west BussoRumanian army driving1 Mackensen in DobrudJai forces suffer fresh reverses and retreat in Serbia Allies advance in SCate winds up argument for convic tion of Albert Roper on charge of fathers murder plalm mechanism found In ruins of Smalls home at Mpun N Hi is part of flresettfng as stock Singers enroll by hundreds for Billy Sunday Flour reaches retail price of a bar and is likely tsi go higher before American Investment Bankers Associ ation insists on proper protection of rail road Mrs Blanche Winsloe sues Mabel McQuaid for for alienation of husbands Tenth with Bay State halts for a See that your used automobile advts appear in the Daily and the Globe offers the best automobile medium in New INCORPORATED 1861 THE BOSTON PENNY SAVINGS BANK 1375 Washington Bottom Opposite Cathedral RESOURCES OVER THIRTEEN AND ONEHALF MILLION DOLLARS Money deposited on or before October will draw interest from that Deposits Received from One Dollar to One Thousand Dollars All Dividends for the last SIX TEEN YEARS have been at the rate of 4L percent compound Checks for dividends mailed to de positors when Deposits may be sent by WHEN YOU BUY OR BUILD BORROW OF US WORKINGMENS COOPERATIVE BANK ASSETS OVER Largest Cooperative Bank In No commission Title exam ined for fee fixed In No worry as to expense for iSauy month ly payments enable you to eventually own property free and September Shares Now on Sale 101 Tremont Boom Boston I It pays to use the Globes want and classified Real Estate For Sale Real Estate Wanted Business For Sale Used Cars For Sale Apartments To Let Advertise in the Order your advts for Saturdays and Sundays Globe Employers Remember The Glotes Help Wanted col fcmns bring good help and plenty of Wist Bees Save Folki Save Money Interest Interest Begins Begins 10 10 The Saving Habit is a Pioneer Blazing the Trail to Bend far A Savings Bank Account by Mall HOME SAVINGS BANK INCORPORATED I860 75 Tremont Street Suffolk Savings Bank for SEAMEN and 1833 1 TREMONT STREET Corner Jemlitrton Square OIKN DAILY MONDAY TOR DEPOSITS DEPOSITS KECKIVKD BY MAIL DIVIDENDS 8KNT BY CHECK to HOW Received Interest Begins 11 BELLANS Absolutely Removes j One package proves it 25c at all TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Brockton Fair has Its seoon largest day In Pnnre Gen Robertson alls for more troops and gives warning that England needs service of every man and woman In the Nation to win the Red Cross pushing campaign to add members In Greater Increasing demand for conscription for Ireland liable to embarrass the Government in Parliament next Hal threatens suit unless Anglln gives up Progressive mailing 1UttU Chicago foe Mathewson is better team than generally High rolling in City Globes complete American League fielding and pifchjng Second round of the womens Nation al golf championship at Belmont Lee Axworthy turns a mile at ton in a worlds record for ling Harvard scrubs give the varsity eleven a stiff Everett High wins In football from 7 to Live Tips and The by Grantland Pave Phillies boat 7 to New by beating Senators twice In last games of American League sea take fourth Murnane believes Red Box outfield un equaled under pressure of Impor tant Statistics the Brooklyn National League Pagre 8 Financial Pujte Commercial Analysis of the First National Copper Pane Harvard commission presents en couraging report of its nrst weeks in treating infantile paralysis patients 12 new Boston cases John Loran escapes from Concord West gives Wilson warm Rev Dwlght Hadley of Grace Epis copal marries Miss Margaret Blake of Bellows Mrs Harry Payne Whitney formally accepts hugeTitanic memorial executed at How cities of State voted for uncon tested places on Democratic American commissioners servo notice on Carranza delegates at Atlantic City that Pershings force will stay In Mexico until First Chief demonstrates big ability to regenerate the Plymouth Grand Jury Indicts three for one for manslaughter end two for assault with Intent to Page Americas Position in AftertheWar by Uncle Five Minute by Japanese Emperor as new Count whose great est achievement was the annexation of So They Pa Be Miss Elizabeth McCarthy bride of Dr Chancellor Schuetz of Catholic diocese Bishop Dunne hurt in auto Howes and Mrs Ida Davis Rip ley elected trustees of Boston Univer Frank Progressive and Pro hibition candidate for State Attorney weds at Dedham campaign delays Chelseastrikebreaker neld on charge of canning revolver without Real estate News of the water Pnsre Household Little Stories for by Thorn inn Questions for by Mary Diana of the Great by Ethel Lloyd Our Business Pioneers Edward Mason Lymanj RED SOX FACE SERIES CONFIDENTLY FANS BEGIN TO GET THEIR TICKETS Balance of Successful Applicants For Seats Will Receive Notices This Far Exceeds Supply THE LUCKY HOLDER OF WORLDS SERIES TICKETS IS HITTING THE HIGH PLACES NOW By WALLACE QOLDSMITH THU5 EQUIPPED HE HAS A TO FEEL LIKE A JWT RECEIVED NOTICE THAT HE5 BEEN GRANTEP ALL THE AW SWAN Wl RECEIVED OH THE END OF THE AFFAIR HAS ACCEPTCD AtL THE TO CARpy HIS TftfWCWANrP Tt THE HED NEED A OF FORCiEIS TO AKE APPLICATION Ofi FLOWER DIES SUDDENLY Healer and Alchemist Made More Than From Stock Selling Operations NEW Oct 4Dr Richard known throughout the country for stock selling from which he was credited with having netted more than dropped dead In a Ho boken theatre Sunday it became known when relatives identified tho who operated under many was In turn an alchemist with a secret for the manufacture of and a Wallst mine tie was 73 years Flower was said to have induced the widow of Theodore a wealthy New York stock to entrust him with more than half her fortune of for investment in his gold mining j At the time of IT last arrest in To ronto in 1314 Flower had been a tive from justice nearly 12 He j was sentenced to serve a term of two j years in the penitentiary on Blackwolls I after a pica of guilty to two charges of grand He was libi erated Aug 1 last and since then had lived in N TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS PHRC ProhlbilionlFts hold State convention Japanese evangelist OutSundaya Sun Page Mead in Sherman Antitrust that business was hurt Ijy Arooa took Potato Shippers Charge that Timllty paving bia put brick paving below cost merely to un balance bid and throw out Blffgs Co Steamship Memphian brings in vicious eea captured by boatswain after struggle in Finance Commission reports to Mayor Curley that city garage will greatly re duce cost of municipal automobile op Auto of Polrer of Arlington hurts woman and child and upsets fruit vender and cart in West Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com pany attends banquet and dance at At lantic DENTllT HELD Oct Alvah wus released today Jn ball until 14 on charge of His automobile struck killed Rodman Garland Tilly Walkers Brother on Way Here With Jinx Expects Red Sox to Win But Wants to Be Sure Got that he would be a jinx to Walker of brother of Tilly center fielder of the Boston Red was in this city enroute to where he will witness the Worlds I have witnessed a great many games in which my Brother partici said and I have never seen the opposing side When Tilly was with the Wash ington I paid him a visit of two jveeks and incidentally Wash ington won 12 straight and if there is really such a thing as a Boston will win four as Im going to be there from the beginning to the Walker said he was confident that Boston would win without but he wanted to help with his jinx to be Red Sox Favorites in Betting NEW Oct Boston Red Sox are pronounced favorites over the Brooklyn Robins for the Worlds which begins in Bos ton on Many wagers were made in the Wall Street District today and about the hotels tonight at odds varying from 10 to 6 to 10 to John Drake made one wager of on Boston against while Smathers made one of the like amount at the same Brooklyn supporters were demand ing 2 to 1 in many but few were willing to offer such Several wagers were made at odds of 10 to 9 that Boston would win the first Shore and Leonard Size Up Opponents N Oct Shore and Dutch two of the Red Sox came down from Boston this afternoon to get acquainted with the offensive and defensive strength of their prospec tive But wise old Robbie was not asleep at the or all het up over McGraw quitting He just fooled the Boston ians by trotting out a majorityof his youngsters and giving most of his regulars a much needed MWS TALK TO BE IGNORED National Commission Will Take No Action LetUp Due to Is Explana tion of Pres Hempsfead of Giants SiHilal Dlnpatch to 41ic Olohe NEW Got case of John McGraw and his Now York his charges that his men dlnobeyed orders In Tuesdays game with Brooklyn and did things of which he did not prompting him to leave the Held in will not become a celebrated case so far as any official investigation Is so far UH the National League is Tho city that part of it which Is interested In professional was all stirred up by the moss with its hint of but a big majority did not think the New York players were guilty of anything more than reaction and let resulting from their long epuit and the fact that they were out of tho pennant The Brooklyn from Wilbert their aro sore In spirit that there should Continued on tUe Fifth National Commission Will Ignore McGraws Action Stallings Defends Honesty of New York Players I ii Gossip Picks Dutch Leonard for Pitcher in Opening Game BEGIN DISTRIBUTION OF SERIES TICKETS While 6Qme applicants for Worlds Series tickets reservation carte In the first mall yesterday It was almost 1 oclock before of distribution Omo lox office wan opened about the second not opened until i Some of applicants atond around for several hours waiting for the offices to to get their Last night it was announced at Fenway Park that the balance of fortunate applicants for seats would get their notices in the 4 morning mall and work of distribution would car rled out on a argor Some of the applicants were disap pointed at the method of assigning the The man that made the liest application did not necessarily get the best of the Some of those who were among the first to apply did secure that satisfied while there were others wiio felt that they should have received better Had to Take What Was Given Them There wore no specific seats alloted to any The tp BO to tho box ottlce wltll your reservation card and you would receive whatever the ticket seller rinjypened to pick out for From until nearly 4 oclock the only persons that could secure tickets Continued on the BARRY TAKES PART IN PRACTICE GAME of tho features of the Red at Braves Field yesterday wiur presence or Jack Barry at second base a scrub game between the Reg ulars and Yanigans In the Charley Green strapped up the injured hand and Jack got into the show a lot of pepper and moving around In great is not Counting on Barry getting into the Worlds and It is a pretty isure Harold Janvrln will be In the game Is played forenoon the players prsipr Continued on the Seventh THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Fair Thursday and Friday light to moderate southerly Washington Forecast for New E n s 1 a n d Fair Thursday and The Globe Forecast Friday fair Saturday fair rmd colder light to moderate southerly becoming north Eastern New Thursday warmer east portion Friday fair cool er west portion and at night east por The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp pons a CB 6 a 65 9 a BO 12 71 3 p 6 p 68 9 p 64 12 Average temperature yes 6266 average one year Temperatures at S Last Night San j 62 St 74 76 M 68 DG New 62 REQUEST PROTECTIVE BOTTLE CONTAINING POUR ROSES WHISKEY Sold by the drink at same price as other but superior in Three Sizes at Dealers QUARTS PINTS HALF PINTS PAUL JONES DlBtlllera Boston 311313 Colonial 100 Boylstun Phone Oxford 21 The Scores and Detail Reports of the Worlds Series Games Will Be Printed In The GLOBES BASEBALL EXTRAS Which Will Be Issued Immediately After the End of Each Game Newsdealers Will Please Send In Their Orders for Extras JOIN THE COSMOPOLITAN VACATION CLUB NOW Save from SOc to a Week Under Our j Original Plan and NEXT SUMMER Have the Best Vacation You Ever Had i INTEREST 3 COSMOPOLITAN TRUST 76 Devonshire Boston THEY DO THAT THE PLANKED STEAK or fj PLANKED LOBSTER I Served or Two b JCvo HOTEL HOLLIS CAFEJ Bontoa   

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