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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Boston, Massachusetts                                WAR CONDITIONS make It rteoes sary that Qlob0 advts be ordered as far In advance of the date of publication as Order your Real Business Chances and Automobile advts for next Sun days Globe Read Uncle Dudley VOL 109 THURSDAY OCTOBER 1918FOURTEENPAGES ftv PRICE TWO CENTS NEED ADAYfORLOAN New England Total And Bay State McAdoo Says It Is Fatal to Minimize Gravity of Nations Problem POTSDAM UNDER FIRE Now lhat we have got the Kaisers there must be no Dont shoot off Put in your as many as you ever intended and drive them Make the Fighting Fourth A VICTORY LOAN The Globes Daily Liberty ICtlltorffil FOURTH LOAN ONLY SO FAR Nearly Half to Raise in j Remaining Three Days Navy Day Brings Big Subscription Chance for Boys in France Liberty Loan Standings in Federal Reserve Districts Districts Subscription ftnent St Minneapolis BOSTON San Chicago Richmond Kansas New Atlanta Philadelphia More than must be sub scribed and the remaining two days of the Fourth Liberty Loan cam if New England is going over the The task is enormous and will tux the district to its but to reach the mark at midnight Satur persons who have already chased more bonds than they have ever done In the past must double their Sacrifice must dominate the final three days of tho biggest bond campaign of the the 16th day of the brought in in Lnconditional Surrender with the Double have made their appeal to every patriotic and thousands of Boston men have not onlv but trebled their original sub scriptions to the Yesterday the little white and blue worn below the Fourth Liberty Loan made its first ap pearance in any and bv the Unconditional Surrender Uubs had hundreds of new New Subscriptions Among the new subscriptions reported by he New England Liberty LoRn m ttee are the following f themselves and clients Mr and Mrs William Lowell William Lowell Put nam and Arthur for the estate GREAT HUNS Foes Flight So Swift Allies Lose Touch With HimBelgians Cut Hun Army To Pieces in Murderous Struggle Before Their Liberated Wives SELFPRESERVATION By WALLACE GOLDSMITH New England States Subscriptions to Loan Dny Total Vermont Totfll Oct the face figures still showing the Fourth Lib Loan only a little more than half up to the chief isource of hope tonight lay In assur ances of campaign managers for each cf the 12 districts that their respective fields would prove up when final returns jiro of Aujfufetus Cuban Coil Company of Webster Atlas Nntionnl Ke wonaw Land Gray North End Savings Russell Newmarket Manufttctur ms William sachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Com Burrltt Savings New Thayer Mc Neil White es American Unitarian APSO George Additional HUbscrlptions made yester Be a Columbus came across in Cant you do as well in 1918 as Columbus did over 400 years ago BETTER GET BUSY THIS WEEK AND COME day by firms and holding bonds individuals already Supporting this attitude was the addi tion of today to the the biggest single days This pill left to be gathered to ii Friday and Saturday three a Officials do not expect that big rate to appear in official at least until They believe a billion or jmore will be counted up after the cam jpaiKn has closed Saturday night from the flood of last million But they fear that unless the officially ttabulated total runs considerably above Continued on the Fifth SUNDAY GLOBE Help us out by or dering your advts for next Sundays Globe Owing to war con ditions it is neces sary that Globe advts be ordered at earliest possible Real Estate For Sale Business For Sale Advertise in the PLYMOUTH 21 SEVENTEEN acvcn i ten Wllh iBd orij A nt tummn were Suffolk Savings Roberts Schrafft Bone Liberty Mutual Insurance Com East Boston Savings Burbank Proctor Ellison Boston Edwin Clinton Wire Cloth Company Philip DeNormandie Eahlsren Post Boston Late last night It was announced that the Merchants Cooperative Bank has subscribed additional to the for mer subscription of The Na tional Shawmut Bank has gone over the top with more than 400 employes sub scribing to the Trades Committee Reports The Boston Trades Committee reports Continued on the Fifth HUNS KNOW THEY MUST GIVE SAYS ASQUITH Declares Wilsons Reply Leaves No Loophole Oct ExPremier Asfiuitli In a speech today referred to President Wilsons latest note tin reply to the peace proposals of saying The reply which President Wilson has given to Germany is exactly what wng It is dignified and outspoken and goes to the root of the It leaves no loophole to e cannot imperil the ascendancy we have gained on sea and land or give breathing time to an enemy who could not bo trusted to observe either the rules of honor or Mr Asrmlth said the main objective of the Allies was to destroy Prussian mili There Is no one in the civilized world who does not feel that the doom of war is he Mr Asqulth declared that the overtures pi tho enemy came from people who knew in thoir heart of hearts that they would have to give up the The reply must come from the German peo ple He said there was no one better qualified than President Wil son to be the spokesman for the common ALL LIBRARY DEPARTMENTS WILL REOPEN SUNDAY All departments of thn Public Library system will reopen Sunday and the first lecture In tho free lecture course will be given that afternoon by Prof Albort QJlmer of Tufts whose sub ject will be Germany vs America Tho address will be Illustrated with lan tern Tho lecturerecital by Mme scheduled for that has been AMERICANS CAPTURE TOWN OHJRANDPRE Important Enemy Junction Falls in Hard Fighting WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY NORTHWEST OP Oct 1C By American troops to day occupied the town of on the north bank of the Airo north of the Argonne Since early last night rain has fallen over the entire field of com converting roads and trenches into muddy Aviation was impossible today and tho artillery flro was directed entire ly by except in rare instances when direct fire was Grandpre is only a village and its normal population is less than but the place is of great strategic H is the junction of the railways feeding a great part of the German Army and lies at tho foot of the valley extending at the entrance of which the Germans have fought so Join Hands With French After their long struggle tor mastery In the Argomij woods the Americans Continued oil tin Hcuoiitl TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page French Armies attack on front and flank the now German line on the uSerre Allied victory in Belgium studs Ger man Army in headlong Americans capture Dutch paper withdraws as baseless the story It sent out that the Kaieer had abdicated and Germany capitu lated ICngland announces the reports have no foundation in German papers see chance of peace but do not altogether give up Xew England required to lend moiv than a day to exceed its Liberty Loan Washington reports the Fourth Lib erty Loan up to ExPremier Awiuith Germans now they will have to give German Emperor calls council of war to increase defensive strength business panic in Berlin over Wilsons Body believed to be that of James Sul a Boston found on rall oad tracks at Young woman aphasia victim found in Pagre Allied armies enlarge their successes n cross Lys River toward Revolt reported in Bohemia and Moravia Austrian troops with machine uns surround British advance guard reaches SB miles north of Damascus and 300 miles from Admitting defeat and fearing jtrman officers revealed despair at Bohemians rise in revolt at TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Berlin notifies Turkey that the Ger man fleet in the BosphoruH will flro on Constantinople at the flrut sign of de fection from Central Father Johns Medicine Slakes strength to ward off grip and Mo New England casualties number America to provide 1000 airplanes a week for the Army in Deatli of John manager and treasurer of Ye Wilbur Pane Walter Cox drives Lu Princeton fast est three heats ever trotted by a winning freeforall ut Claude Hart wins prize for best score at George Wrights tournament for oldtinie Live Tips tuid PnKe Campaign for subscriptions of to Liberty Loan in full swing at Camp Old man who lost two sons in war buys fourth bond of McAdoo calls on the people to complete the Fourth Liberty Loan in the three days Pnee Beneath the by Uncle Dud Military Deficiency providing for army of men and expendi ture of before Additional forest fires break out in Northern Minnesota property lose esti mated at more than Senate Committee takes up postponed sections of the Revenue bill rage Financial and commercial Henry EndicoK ends two labor dis putes affecting war Several square rigged former ly owned in have met News of the water Page Grippe believed peak in Array TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS PllKC Eoeton deaths from grippe and pncu monlu Cor 24 hours number only Witness for Congressman TiRiie enti tles that he was assaulted in the House corridor after testifying ut hear ing on TagueFitzgerald Page New baggage rules effective Dec Fairbanks gets hin for Loan after flight to New Suffragists will gain one vote In United States Senate next Letter attacking Americas war written by Lr Caiibury who took a degree ut IK under Federal Allied Including re pulsing heavy Bolshevik attacks In North Two Aridovur athletic team captains pass examinations to enter the Marine War Department planning to extend military training to pupils in prepara tory and high 1iiffF Household Bedtime by Thornton IHBO Five held after womans death in N PuKC Draft calls for men who have passed 37 years will begin March Shipyards on Great Lakes have sent 111 vessels to East Coast this Congressman Meeker of St dead married secretary when told he could not Lieut Gerald of killed in air battle against five Hun Chief campaigners for Truman candidate Cor Tnited States freed from Republican State committee abandons all plans for mass in view of the epidemic and Liberty Loan cam NO ABDICATION BY KAISER NOR SURRENDER OF GERMANY Dutch Paper Now Denies Story It Says British Official The Kaiser hasnt abdicated Neither has the German Government sent an answer to President Wilson accepting all his terms of Didnt the President inform them that when they got ready to talk peace to go to Foch Be that as it many people and not a few communi ties had their celebration last evening all for Dis patches to the Globe last evening told of many such celebra bell whistle over the glorious It was but it wasnt It was probably nothing more than another phase of the muchadvertised German peace offensive against which the people of the United States have for months been The dispatch which started all the excitement late yes terday afternoon was as follows Oct 16 The Nieuwe Rotter damsche Courant today issued a special edition giv ing the report that Germany had capitulated and that Emperor William had A few hours later came the following Oct 16 The Nieuwe Rotter damsche Courant has withdrawn its statement re porting the capitulation of Germany and the abdi cation of Emperor This step was newspaper because it was unable to obtain any confirmation of the Oct Official Press Bureau is officially informed that the reports published this afternoon to the effect that Germany has capitu lated have no foundation in Meanwhile the Armies of the Allies are busy driving the Huns back at all It is on them civilization depends to bring about the proper sort of a KAISER GALLS ALL SUBJECTSJO FIGHT Raise Military Over Presidents Reply Out Wil sons reply to the Herman peace note produced a most unfavorable Impres sion In says a Centra News dispatch from Amsterdam publication of the It was followed by n panic in Herlln banking circles and on tho Slock The German Supreme the will oome o lierlin at the end of tlio present week to de liberate on concentration of the National strength and rais ing of the military Out Wil liam ban issued t decreesaying that mart id 1 law in Germany can only bo by an agreement between the civil and military ao orrilng to a report received The Herlln Tleichsanzeigor prints an Imperial decree dated iin agreement with tin1 civil authorities ne cessary In tho administration of martial with reference to the iomniander Ineblef In thu event of a hut with final reference to Imperial Chuncullor or a representative appointed by the Oct IB By GermnnyK 1Vdenil Council accept ed the proposed amendment to thu Con Article malting it read The consent of Federal Council ami tho RelihHtng Is required for a dec laration of war In Empires except in a ease Imperial terri tory has already been invaded or its coasts tin n of article IM amended i read Treaties nf peace uml treaties with foreign States which deal with af coming under the competence of tlin Imperial lawgiving bodies the consent of the Federal Council ind GERMAN PRESS SEES PEACE HOPES FADING SemiOfficial Organ Looks for More Discussion MOVEMENT IN BERLIN TO STOP SUBMARINE WAR Oct movement can be observed in the German says a dispatch from Berlin to tho to bring about a cessation of the sub marine war as the result of President Wilsons Oct to a source of not without Mer lin is considering hnw Emperor tVilllum ran disappear endangering the d says a dispatch from Geneva to the Ono solution being it IK is the ubciictlon of the Emperor in Oct SPinlofllolnl North German of JStrlln says Wilsons reply has piirlly carried the discussion further and part ly A friish ciMiiitnr by thii German is ncees no tho bringing alicmt of an armis tice and Inauguration of peace nego tiations HIV Immoillatply altaln The setting up of the principle thnl tho slluallon created by innsl leave untouched tho present inlllturv of tlio lOntentc Is In coiinectkiii with this the American reproachrH the German conduct of the war with Inhuman prac The reproach IK and at least overlooks the military necessi under pressure of which the cr supreme command Tim Culogni which often speaks commenting on President AVilsiiin rctily to Foreign Minister After I resident VS HSUIIH tjr miiHt be lowered a The Coliimie Solki XcllnnL takes the KUtne declares that a cessation of Gcrmanjs Ihunt warfuiv lie demanded bcfrrc 1111 In Tho GiMniiinK must lower tlieii hopes of a near peace of Justice without hu says tho Cologne Vullis on Wilsons re ply to the German headoffer tin Icflln Vossiscbe Xeitung aslis What HiiMiiintfPH floes Presldenl Wil son offer that military superiority Will not be utilized afterward by bis Allies in i manner opposed n the principle of justice and cmuiliat ion V ft appears that we arc at a stiiiie when it possible to warn in the history of he it has jflin iieen proved a mistake to drive a sironv wblcii ir order not to venture its all ullend In Into summoning all skiin bciiim forces lo Ihe National The Frankfort Xeitung iays Iresi Wilsons reply cannot he said to i mark an advance on the path o 1 On the another spirit sfiuaks In the The of Cleincnceau and LlnydGeorii its felt and causes doubt to nrise the path can lend to the YOUNG WOMANS MEMORY A BLANK A well voting woman nf rtf tinecl appeuiaiice walked into the Hrat Police last niglit and told Lieut Patrick Murray i tluit she was tor a dmtor to i stop a pain in liei Lieut French Horsemen Sweep All In Front of Them Toward Border of Holland Entente Troops Approach Ghent And Circle Gains in Champagne WITH THE ALLIED ARMIES IN pet 16 By Germans have started a retreat on a tremendous scale from Northern French cavalry is approaching seven miles from the banks of the GhentBruges The canal itself is only 10 miles from the border of So fast is the enemy retreating that the British and Belgian at least in the center of the battle have lost touch entirely with the The Belgians advancing astride the Thourotit Bruges and ThouroutOstend roads have defeated this who are retreating This undoubtedly is one of the wars greatest and most vital for the gallant little Belgian ably assisted by crack French and British now has driven the despoilers of its country from a largfe section which the Germans have occupied since the early days of the war and has gained positions of such importance that the Germans may have to abandon the entire coast of the sweeping advance of the Allied in preceded by a fan of French cavalry advancing has left the entire area in which are the import ant city of Lille and the great mining and manufactur ing districts of Roubaix and in a salient which is growing deeper every hour and which the enemy cannot hope to Huns Astounded The Frencli which is on tho crnst of the Allied has lone marvelous Today It gal opod forward than 10 kllo neters Beven frn mently carrying out charges with ill the duali tiHiially associated with upon isolated posts of 11 y machine gunners which vainly ittemptcd to hold up its Some of tlioac taken prls said they were totally unable o understand why the war was go iiK on and why they were called upon to continue One offi cer said terms in the world for peace no body seems willing to accept Murderous Fight in Thourout where ft been of fered by the has been extra ordinarily for In these phtces it obvlouKly has been the purpose of fleeing Jormuns to gain time in which to remove their Stubborn lightine has been especially from the region of Thou Tho battle here has been from street lo street and house to and liirRe numbers of lie enemy have been Some Belgian forces have swept around the city in order to cut the roads at the rear and also FIND BODY THOUGHT TO BESULUVAirS Boston Broker Believed Killed by Express The body of a man believed to be Jamea hulllvan of the Mrm of Charles Head A bankers and 74 state WHS found on the railroad go to determine the the kets that it was probably the bodv We have offered all the of Mr A brother of Mr Sul Mvnn was notified and will mortuary to definitely Mr Sullivan wiis 65 Me has wick for how he was the old and un on the To sell Used Real in to to to to rent use the want Order your advts for next Sundays Globe Contfnurd on tile FAIR fuvor of his grandson the eld her ami found est son of the German Crown with the Emperors Irinee us PRESIDENTS NOTE FRIDAY Oct IGThe Gtr will meet on Friday to discuss President Wilsons accord ing to the German had for ntten her U that hud U thr i lh iiilKe itv lllwler a Itnliet iontainlni the pic tiire of healing the I These Initials werti also on I a ring which Slie wore cheeked a pink house dress and a I black She Is of dark complexion j Precipitation in 24 hours and ol medium to 8 p THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Fair Thursday and Friday gentle west Washington Forecast for New ICngland and Eastern New Yori Fair Thursday aici s Forecast For Friday fair Sat urday Bomewiiat uarmiT motlcriite west to south The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons a 4S i a 3 a t p SO U p 54 n p M Til 58 average one vcar rs Temperature at 8 Last Night SHU til rtj St C Nun JS New 60 OVERCOATS Trench Coats MJLITARV REEFERS FOR ARMV STUDENTS HARDING UNIFORM 22 School TARKINGTONS SEVENTEEN Will Be at ths PLYMOUTH With Gregory 2ltt us out by ordering Real Business Chances and Automobile advts the Sunday Globe SEVENTEEN It COMINB TB THK   

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