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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts                                Sunday Globe order them the Globe offers the best want and classified medium in New Order the Sunday Globe in advance from your VOL 125 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1917EIGHTEEN PAGES BY THE GLOnB NEWSPAPER CO PRICE TWO CENTS OFFICERS QUARTERS AT AVER RAZEDJJY FLAMES Leaders of Batteries C and 303d Lose Their Outfits Cause of Fire Uncertain Not Due to Oil Stoves Lieut Wyman Rescues Regimental Roll WINCHESTER BANKER TAKES JSJWN LIFE Eben Caldwell Found Dead in Boston Hotel Shot Himself Through MouthEar Affliction Depressed Him Eben of 14 Mt Pleasant 6t cashier and treasurer the Winchester Savings com mitted suicide yesterday afternoon by shooting himself through the mouth a automatic found in in a room at Youngs Mental depression because of increas ing deafness Is considered to have caused the mans Medical Exam iner McGrath is in possession of papers which appear to support this The body was identified by his son a cadet at the Harvard Naval Reserve It is said that Cald wells accounts at the bank were audlt tt ed a few weegs ago and found to be in safiifactory Mr Caldwell left his Winchester home usual about yesterday went to tho where he attended to his and later went to the Wlri chester Trust where he se cured the necessary cash with which his own teller was to do business Then be came to Boston and apparently went direct to Youngs about he registered as Nor ton of New About 7 oclock last night when Mary a went to the believing it Jio be the door was and lying upon the fully was the body of Cald Mr Caldwell was born in Liverpool ivnd went to Winchester about 25 Continued on the Second Real Estate for to let or wanted Advertise in tHe Order your advts for Sunday and Monday OLD AND MELLOW GOLDEN YELLOW ALEXANDER BOSTON Special DlNputcIi to the Globe CAMP Nov the second time in two weeks this camp was visited by a threatening lire to which completely destroyed the ofiicers quarters of Batteries C and oC the 303d Heavy Field The blaze was discovered at and within two minutes 7000 men were marchingunder command of their olH cers to the where they were hole awaiting The flre was practically extingushei by the men of Batteries A and E of tin who manned lines of hose and kep lile flames from spreading to adjoining buildings until the arrival of the camp flre The building was abou 150 feet long by 25 feet one story In of wooden cov ered with tarred and made ready fuel for tho Exclusive cf the value of the building the loss on contents owned by the offl cers will reach between and The building had accommodations foi 25 and every occupant lost some of his while in a majority of cases the young officers saved only what they wore The fire also consumed polo parapher nalia for a game to be played Saturday as a there will be no polo In the room occupied by Lieut Horace Wyman of Battery A were the rolls of the and had they been lost the men would not have received any pay lor another Lieut on hearing the barracks were rushed to the scene at much personal leaped through the win dow of his room into the smokefilled building and recovered the He was warmly The cause of the flre has not been de but it has been made fairly clear while oil stoves are still being used for they were not the cause of the Gen Hodges has already appointed a board of It is believed the flre started in the room occupied by Lieut Alfred Phillips Jr of It discovered by a citizen Albert Carabat of 91 Cottage who gave the Immediately Col commanding the set In action the telephone system that has been perfected since the Base Hospital there was no wind Among the occupants of the building wore Maj Cecil Capt Richard Lleuta Austin Stanford Casimlr Henry George Ward Frederick Ernest Richard Hutching and Ray ELLANS Absolutely Removes Druggists refund money if ifr 25c COMING TO BOSTON SB1 HOTEL HOLLIS 247 Tremont NEAR THE COMMON dingle and double with Frlvate Bath Moderate Priced Restaurant EXCELLENT AID8IO CABARET Cardinal Denies Stand on Antiaid Was Prompted To the Editor of the Globe Dear you kindly allow me a little space in your that I may definitely deny a vague again repeated in one of this eve nings to the effect that my attitude with regard to the Antiaid amendment wasprompted by sugges tions made to me from high ecclesi astics outside of this diocese I want to state categorically that my position is entirely my founded upon pure and no either high or has even the remotest way intimated to me anything concerning the ques tion of the sectarian Usually I pay no attention to this sort of idle but the malice of this veiled innuendo is too and I think it better not to let it Very sincerely Cardinal Nov Globes Lead LINES During the ten months ending October printed lines of Automobile and Accessory adver This was lines more than were printed in the second Boston the Globe offers the best medium in New England for the sale of new or used Used cars for sale Motorcycles for sale Accessories for sale Advertise in the See that your Real Business Chances and Help Wanted advertisements appear in the SUNDAYS GLOBE Order your advertisements for next Sundays Globe Make SlITf vnnr rnnv of Ilip Snnrjav Olnho hv nrrlpr ing the paper regularly from your newsdealer or CANNED GOODS TO DROPJIT ONCE Hoover Predicts Effect of License System Ne w York City to Seil Foot All Me at Packing Plants Under Control Nov Immediate drop in prices on canned vegetables was predicted by the Food Administration today as a result of putting into opera tion the license system for wholesale Many canned It was were bought by dealers at low prices last Spring and can be sold at less than the present market Dealers charging more than a reason able profit are liable to forfeiture of their license to do Retailers will be controlled to an ex tent also through the operation of the licensing Those charging more than the Food Administration considers Just will find their supplies cut off by orders to wholesalers to cease furnish ing them with The Food Administration today warned dealers who have not applied for license blanks that they will be charged with violations of the Food law it they continue to sell NEW YORK CITY TO BUY AND SELL FOOD AND FUEL NKW Nov State Food late today granted permission to New York city authorities to bay and sell food and The materials will be immediately bought in trtiinload lots and sold to re tail The permission Rns granted in a reso lution adopted by the commission in which it was stated the action was nec essary because the city of New York has certified to the existence of an actual and anticipated emergency on account of a deprivation of necessaries by reason of excessive charges and Tho city was granted the right to exercise the power of purchasing food and fuel with municipal funds and on municipal credit and provide storage for and sell the same to the inhabitants In sucli manner and through such agencies as It may The resolution provided that the city make to the commission or cftener if reports covering its operations in both food and fuel in such form as may be GOVERNMENT IN CONTROL OF ALL PACKING PLANTS Nov 1The biggest trust ever includes every meat packing plant in into unopposed being today and by grace of the Government jlevated to the position of worlds greatest Joseph hitherto a plain New York Packers who upon one occasion and another in years past have spent mil lions of dollars to prove that they were not in a trust admitted it with a smile today and pointed with pride to the fact that the through Mr Cot Is the controling factor in This was the day set by law for the licensing of packing plants and for Mr Continued on the Second Premier Declares Strain Too Much For Which Claims as Her Right That Entente Should Now Shoulder Where British Fleet Is Asserts Navy Considers Attempt Not Practicable MOVE TO CHECK SrJORTSELLiNG German Interests Behind Price Belief Stock Exchange Members Must Supply Details of Deals NEW Nov to pre vent vicious short selling in the Stock attributed in some quarters to German as part of an organ ized propaganda to create were taken today by the board of gov ernors the Stock The action comes as the culmination of a protracted decline in market quo recently of extreme for which short whether actu ally from German sources or from un scrupulous traders taking advantage of has beeen in a large THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Pair Friday and Saturday not much change in temperature gentle westerly be coming variable Sat Washington Forecast for Southern New England and Eastern New York Fair Fri day and Saturday lit tle change In temper For Northern New England Partly cloudy probably local snows Saturday Globes fair Satur day with slowly rising tempera ture light west to southwest The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons a 40 0 a 37 40 12 47 3 p 49 0 p 9 p 12 Average temperature yes average one year Temperatures at 8 Last NightSan 66 44 St 86 34 42 40 38 New 44 Precipitation in 24 to i Must Explain Deals with socalled bear drives of this nature in stocks tumbled 3 to 10 points and at tho close of the market the Board of Governors made an This was that a resolution had been adopted requiring all members of the Exchange to supply at noon for the Inspection of the committee of business complete details re garding stocks borrowed and or borrowed for including Stock borrowing being the basis of short the committee will be thus enabled to determine whether fu ture transactions on the short side are of legitimate The Board of Governors had no other official statement to make on the mat ter than announcement of the new reg but a spokesman for the board Intimated that the market had been de pressed by vicious or selling from German He said that there was no intention to place a ban upon legitimate short sell but that the committee was In vested with full authority to proceed against any member whose operations may be open to which might go as far as the publication of the names of Germans Blamed for Slump The fall in stocks began about three months but the severest breaks have it was noted in Wall since the announcement of the Italian reverses a few days These daily declines have finally car ried stocks down in many instances to lowest levels in from flve 20 It was pointed out In Mnia quarters the New York Stock now belnR1 tins foremost securities mar ket in the the depression stocks would be an which Ger man purpose would naturally Keek to Tho spokesman for the governors of the Exchange inrticatorl that the Ex change was worKiniy in complete har mony with the though in what way the Federal authorities had taken the question up with the Ex change was not Some observers have credited the de cision of the Government to dispose of Germanowned property as one reason for the more recent but selling of this kind would not partake of bear it was pointed PREMIER KBRENSKY OF PETROGRAD Nov entered the war early and she is now worn out by the Premier Kerensky today told the Associated He said that Russia claims as other Allies now should shoulder the burden of the Premier Kerensky declared that Russian public opinion was agitated by the question Where is the British now that the German fleet is out in the Baltic Berlin Reports Part of Array Cut Gadornas Main Army Joined By Large Allied Forces Sir Eric First Lord of the announced in the House of Commons in reply to criticism as to the failure to attempt the that extensive mine fields are planted and Naval opinion united in the view that the step was one that should not be DRAFT SLACKERS TO NO STRIKE MOVE Nov 1 Heavy fighting on the east bank of the Tagliamento from Dignano to the a front of nearly 20 has brought i the AustroGerman invaders to the j edge of that large the flvst i natural defensive line on Gen Ca Idornas retreat i Already the Italian bridgehead sitions on the eastern bank at Dig Codroipo and Latisana have been broken according to Berlins The result of half a dozen coincident battles in the area south west of Udine has been the cutting off of a large portion of the 3d Italian i Army and the capture of troops and hundreds of cannon at one says the German No claim is made that the Germans have crossed the Immediate Service for Registration Dodgers Rules for Second Call Delayed by Indecision Over Exemptions Special Dispatch to the Globe Nov amended the first draft so as to insure the imme diate call of all slackers who have been caught and made to Under the hew instead of the slackers card being forwarded to the Adjutant General of the State in which he the card will be taken in custody by his local board and a half number assigned that will assure his immediate cull for The regulations for the second draft have not yet been being de layed because of indecision as to eg ulations to be made affecting ship builders and other industrial Denies Asking List of Exempted Workmen Federal Conciliation Confers With Both Sides at Quincy Sporlnl DlMimtcli to Globe Nov story appearing in tonights Boston papers that Judge of the Appeal Board of District which includes Quincy in its jurisdic had asked officials of the Fore River plant to make up a list of the men of draft now out on strike and who were granted exemption on indus trial was denied emphatically by Judge at a meeting the board in Taunton Judge Doran said that neither he nor any member of the board or its agents has had any conversation with the Fore River officials on such a question that no member of the board has made such a request to the Fore River officials as Continued out lie Second TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pngre Premier Kerensky announces that i Russia is worn out by the strain of war and expects the other Allies to shoulder j he burden Italian rear guards defeated and men captured at one claim French and British reinforce ments reach Cadornas main Fire destroys quarters of officers or Batteries C and 303d at First American battalions in the reaches relieved casualties were negli more suffering from trench feet ban from Stock Exchange directors take steps to prevent vicious short attrib uted to German New York city given permission to buy and soil food and Food Administration predicts imme diate drop in price of canned Slackers to be certified immediately or service in National Pistrict fi board denies mixing in Fore River plant Ebon Winchester ornniits suicide in Boston pnge Mansfield continues attack on Mc Call at rallies in and Lenoxst cai crushes into North Sta tion car at AdamKsq station in Subway passengers badly shaken up traffic tied TiVirH Mnt imin mepfini fnvnrs antl JOti to Time for fllhis reports on enemy prop erty extended to Deo l rtp TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Suit of Mrs Marguerite Paul Carpen ter in Suffolk County against her father asking for alleged aliena tion of affections of Maj Ralph Car penter New Englands Liberty Loan total expected to exceed Pagrc Geraldine Farrar sings National an them at Haverhill on iciciuest resent ment against Boston Symphony Telephone employes in Northwest crippling service in Washington and estate men protest radical re vision of Bostons housing laws at conference called by Housing Depart ment of Womens Municipal Twentythousanddollar blaze in Mel rose Theatre Puce Mayor Curleys counsel agrees to pro duce His Honor at hearing this morning beforn Finance after threat of British Marines visit recruiting station of their American Pnitc American Naval experts suspect a new German submarine policy In the attack on the transport Boston people pay new war taxes Senators Kenyan and pass through second air raid experience in London nnd are impressed by citys i coolness eight persons killed and 21 I First nigrht maneuvers by drafted men at Camp ODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Four hundred men from Bostons own to inarch tomorrow to help WarCamp Community Italian official dispatches to Washing ton report the Italian Army IK still prac tically Second Russian Liberty Loan Prepare to raise gigantic war fund of for war Norway sends note of protest to Ber warning of the profound impression created by killing of Norwegian and saying Norwegian ships will con tinue to seek Ententes Negro soldiers on trial for Houston mutiny and Page Rush day at the Postoffice before the new war rate is in Rev Dr George prominent Methodist dies in Somervillo Members of University of Illinois fac ulty accused of Federal ugont Sir Eric new head of British announces present British tonnage is 30 percent above that of April and about half of the Uboats have been United States wants wider tboroueh fnre to Fore River and proposes big bargain with Four million dollar German cargo for America to come across from Rotter ilIRP Camp juevens loocbaii teutn preparing for the game with tha Navy Yard to John Tcner invited to continue as president of the National Basebnll Maine Heavies game with Princeton in New York called off interest shifts to Yale Bowl game with Newport Naval Reserves Pnsrc New method of treating test ed by Boston may revolu tionize war asks change of venue in trial of indicted for murder of Mrs Mil tide Con for homes to lie supplied ahead of everything latest Fuel Ad ministration Pane Garland says Catholics opposed only Batchelder or Anderson antiscctarlan amendments insists Curtis plan was declared satisfactory Bill of Rights Committee neven why Ant laid amendment should Larceny from German liners believed to be in etoBB of Pnse j Our Duty to the by Uncle I j American artillerymen rapidly master ing art of big gun firing at camp in Henry steel to give Salfii splendid memorial to Joseph HotlKH famous jiinuiivtti una commercial PHICC Household Third Army Says Rome to the declares In its latest official report that the 3d Army has been extricated In nearly its full strength by the heroic resist ance of the cavalry regiments of Genoa and The Italian main body has effected withdrawal on the it is While the retreat of nearly 000 troops has not been carried out without severe the Army has received heavy reinforcements from the large reserves of Powei ful Allied forces from France are a ready in the threatened it is re The massing of a vast Al lied army in the plains of Italy for a campaign that will go through the Winter is indicated by reports from various Rapid Blows by the Germans The Germftfi statement follows The fact that the development of our operations against Italy has been so successful may be attributed to our Continued on the Slxtli TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS 1iiHe 1 Big destroyer plant at Squantum dedi Pane State Gas and Electric Commis ejected from Everett City Hall by Mayor resumes hearing In Bos ton on increased ISUH prices Mayor Bays lie will get other cities In line and un seat Mary Back Bay held up uncl robbed of and bankbooks repre senting police capture two Fruit inhibition surpasses previous Horticultural AMERICAN LOSSES IN FRANCE SLIGHT First Battalions Leave vHne for Other Troops More Suffer From Trench Feet Than From Wounds WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN Nov 1 by the Associated first battalions of Amer icans in the trenches have been relieved by which la considered one of the critical when the enemy by shelling the approaches to the positions may was nccorrt plished Apparently the was not aware of what was going With the men back in it IB now permitted to mention for the first time that the casualties were In more men are suffering with trench feet than with From a military standpoint the exper ience gained by the Americans is con sidered of a very high value In the train Ing of contingents which are yet to ar rive on French It was u mudsoaked body of men that returned to The men had only two clear days while In tho They were covered with mud from their hats to their Before any thing else they required a first with gasoline and then with Today the sun was shining brightly and the returned soldiers spent most of the time sunning themselves and their Some of the fields In this section of France are covered with parfs of uniforms and equip Conilimed on the Sixth HERRING ACCEPTS REICHSTAG PLAN Nov von as Chancellor arid Prussian has accepted the following de mands of thu Reichstag ac cording to the VosfiiHche Zeitung Prussian electoral reform bo carried political censorship and the Ktate of siege be abolished or miti the foreign policy be con ducted on the basis of the German re ply to the Popes peace AVIATOR REACHES ATLANTIC PORT AN ATLANTIC Nov 1An American aviator who hag served in the British Hoyal Flying Van Alstyne of returned here today nn n British nfrer wpsnt 11 months in a British Mutpitul recovering from wmmriR rinrlnir nn tor with a Germnn flying Van Alstyne he watt going to California to The States Bureau of Markets recommend the plentiful usa of fruit and vegetables pro duced The excellent quality and abundant variety of this weeks offering make the carrying out of such a suggestion a pleasure Green Moun Sweet 60 6 for 2Bo per per 3Bo and 40o Boston per bunch Native per bunch 16o per Pears great Persimmons Porto Roo Grapefruit Winter Onloni Urll Beano Vellaw llotliuuw TomntoDH rxrniiiiw BrumeU HprnuU 2 for 25o 3 for 2Bo Jloury Duty Romklne Turban Aquuth Kubburd nq RM 1ltttil Onisberrltt Cobby Bates Yerxa 55 hmninrr 8 and j   

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