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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Boston, Massachusetts                                A Order It Regularly to be sure of copy of the Daily Globe it is necessary that place an order for It with your newsdealer or Road the Want Pages VOL 163 TUESDAY DECEMBER MISTWELVE DY THE NKWSPAIJKK POINT THE WAY Steel Head Would Reduce Prices But Keep Wages Up Secretary Wants Credits to Allies Who Will Buy Heavily Here WOUNDE PRESENTS PLAN FOR CUTTING JOWN TAXES Simmons Reports Revenue Bill in Senate Declares Business Has Right to Be Freed of 80 Percent Profits Levy rec of the Nations transition from a war to peace basis and of prohibition legislation on until stable business basis Is the present and future problems of taxj He opposes any effort to reduce wagt ation are outlined in the Senate Finance i scales at saying while report on the revised Rev filed today by Chairman Sim Since the armistice was signed and the Government began the cancellation of hundreds of millions of war business men and laboring men have been waiting for a It was flashed yesterday in recom mendations by the highest financial and business authorities in the United Sec McAdoo ashed that authority be granted to continue loans to our Allies that they might finance the purchase here of foodstuffs and raw material per haps to the extent of Chairman Gary of the United States Steel tho biggest industrial concern in the urged that the steel industry as the barometer of begin reductions in prices even at the cost of Such a he would go on down the line LOYAL REGIMENTS POUR INTO BERLIN More on the Way and Government Stops Demobilization Till Reds Menace is Over wages are higher than ever thej are proper and just in view of the cost of The report explains the steps taken He predicts if business is fair to to revise the Hquse so as to raise toy taxation next year in isteacl of as planned by the Y Proposed taxes for 1920 of reason for fixing them at this time and the manner in which they will be raised also are explained its holp and customers the next five years will be the most prosperous in our The statements follow GARY URGES STEEL LEAD IN BRINGING PRICES DOWN NEW Dec flA moderate re By ARNO DOSCHFLEUROT Spucinl by Wireless to I hi Globe via Dec eral regiments fresh from the Western front arrived in Berlin last The learning of the efforts of the Sparlacus group to force a Govern ment decided to delay any further demobilization until the clanger to the Government should be The fresh added to the loyal regiments already in gave to the Government a sense of security which the Spartacus muss meetmts have been unable to Many meetings Glad to Be Verdict of 2200 Soldiers From Battle Front Reaching Hoboken on Hospital Ship Comfort and Two Other Extends First Welcome One Yankee Worth HalfDozen SausageEating Says Pawtucket Private REQUESTS END OF SEPARATE NOTES latest Appeal From City of Lemberg both for and against Many the Government are irmn tnflt success was Herr is lu the where a crowd madeT ringing demonstrations for the iS making The most distinct changes made by j auction in tho scale of maximum prices in the House draft of the bill j for beginning on Jan is favored are noted by the committees report as by the general committee on steel and follows Elimination of the 6 percent corpora tion tax on undistributed corporate fixing a 20 percent maximum on bona fide sales of mines and oil and gas elimination of the tax on new State and municipal substi tution of a single war excess profits tax fqr the alternative exclusion of with which was Several divisions of the demobilizinfi troops reported solid behind the are expected hero tomor row when a reception will be it Tooks as If the critical which reaf would pass away steel products of tho American Iron and Steel which meets with the War Industries Board on This was announced by Elbert chairman of the at a meeting here of steel manufacturers to day with recommendation that the question be referred to the committee individuals and partnerships from war excess profits taxation and reduction of the taxes on leverages and lays Country Has Right to Know debate on the measure will begin tomorrow with a statement by Senator A dissenting report on the plan to flx 1920 taxes in the pending bill will be filed by Senator Penrose for the Republicans of the Finance Separate views also will be presented by Senators Smoot of Utah and La Follette of Wis A considerable part of Senator Sim mons report is devoted to the plan for reducing taxes in 1920 to uontlimcd on the FlttU Mr any effort to reduce wage scales at declaring that while labor Is receiving higher compen the rates are MO higher than are proper and just in view ofthe costof Ho urged that the steel as the barometer of begin reduc tions in even at the cost of sac Such a he would result in price reductions ty per sons buying and so on down the line until a stable Business basis was If workmen are treated fairly lie they will stand and contend for fair treatment of tho You have a chance to do something valuable toward sustaining the business equilibrium of the While some might suffer losses at perhaps it would prevent greater losses in the Now York Dec 9According to reports from filed In the German capital at 2 oclock this the demonstrations there yesterday were without untoward By The Ministerial Council of the people of the State of Bavaria has made known officially its anger over the attack on Herr Auer Friday when a mob Total Real Estate advts printed during the 11 months ending November 30 2d Paper Real Estate Advts For To Let or Wanted Advertise i n tomorrows and Thursdays of armed soldiers forced his resignation as Bavarian Minister of the Interior at the point of a The announcement goes on to say that the explanation forced from Herr Auer under duress is naturally void and the Minister remains a member of the Gov Dec 9 Notes were sent to Berlin and Vienna by the State Department advising the German and Austrian Governments that tho United States desired to receive no fur ther communications from them which should properly be addressed to alt the Allied A note of similar purport previously had been dispatched to the German Government as the result of requests that the armistice terms be It was explained at the department that the notes sent through the Swiss and Swedish legations resulted particularly from a communication from the National Council of Lemberg regard Ing boundary lines and also by notes from Austria and Germany which bore no evidence of having been similarly communicated to the Governments asso ciated with the United The note from tho National Council of Lemberg indicated that the State of Lemberg desires to establish itself as an independent community and said the activities of the Ukrainians and the Poles were regarded by the people of Lemberg with SAYS POLES ARE TO OCCUPY SILESIA GLOBE MEN ALWAYS WITH YANKEE TROOPS IN CAMP AND TRENCHONE FIRST TO GREET WOUNDED HEROES NEW Dec Lever Hardy of Co 101st whose Joseph was killed at St Sept while going over the top with his arrived at Hoboken on the Sierra Glad to see a Globe said The boys of the Yankee Division know the Globe and Frank its The last time I saw Sib he was at Chateau The boys were always glad to see and the way they devoured the contents of every Globe that ar rived there would do your heart Sib and the Globe started with us when we went They have been with us ever since and you don t know what a comfort it has been to the Yankee Division to have a home paper represented at the We knew Sib and had confidence in him and we always felt that when he wrote anything about the division it was Everybody got a square Of course we did not have much time for but we enjoyed our snatches with the Globe just the And now heres another Globe the first to greet us on our arrival This good old is God s own country and New England is the best part of I 11 be home soon and take it from me Ill stay home for Beans and brown bread will taste good to PRICE TWO CENTSf Praise For 26th Gen Edwards and Col Smile Despite Wounds o Kurt REDS PROPOSE LIEBKNECHT FOR IT IS SAID Bern o that city that the Spartacus group ot Socialists would on Monday night name as President of the re Continued on the Sixth I Dr Llebkncht as Dec can according to a wellin formed Hays the Warsaw cor respondent of the Wcser have embarked at Havre for in West with the intention of occupying the provinces of Posen and The headquarters ot the PolishAmer ican according to tnis informa will be at the town of Silesia was the first important con quest of Frederick the The population was and is largely Polish and WILSON TO DECIDE PARIS President Not Likely to Sit at Peace But Matters Will Come Before Him TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Soldiers Wear Leather Jerkins i The chance ia now open to secure ono of these garments which Proved lual in keeping warm the soldiers in the Something entirely A sleeveless slinon coat of specially tanned with a heavy cloth Usually worn over the jacket und under Protects the body against piercing tvind anil does not restrict arm We have made several hundred thou sand of these Jerkins lor the liut since they dn not need any more of we are able to use up the material on hand to supply slcat crs and outdoor The price Is very considering the quality of material und A Leather Jerkin makes an Xmas erit that is both original and serviceable and appreciated by both men and Send us your breast taken ovor the and and we will mall at once to your Your money will be returned if you are not BATES COMPANY 18 Hospital ship Comfort and transport Sierra reach Hoboken with wounded among whom are many New Eng Gary urges steel lead the way In low ering prices McAdoo would continue credits to Allies who want to buy heavily President Wilson not likely to sit at peace but will remain with heads of other Nations to decide questions re ferred to it Is reported from his Regiments fresh from the front arrive in Berlin and more loyal divisions are on the way Bbert Government now confi dent against the Serbia gives United States Government notice of union with Croats and Slovenes and insists Italy evacuate JugoSlav Senator Simmons presents revenue bill plan for reducing PolishWarsaw report says American troops have embarked for Dantzig to occupy Posen and Marshal Fochs response to invitation from Mayor Hylan of New York indi cates he may visit the United In consequence of a note from Lem bergs National Council the United States Government again asks an end to separate Ambassador Page has announced that President Wilson will pay an official visit to the Pope on Dec says a dis patch from TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page New England casualties for the day number Exhibition opens at Boston Art Cluo of paintings by Boris Commercial Pacific Cable Company seeks injunction to restrain Burleson from control of Its charging seizure violates International law and is Bankers committee favors private control of railroads under judicious Army to auction off surplus wool plans for disposing of other excess prop Plan to make National Commission sole administrative power of WIFE AND HUSBAND ARE BOTH LOST Mrs Missing Now Seeking Him Special DiMimtcli o the Globe Doc James a yomis bride who strayed away from her husband in Boston last Mon day while they were on their way from N where they to turned the tables on him today by playing the role of the pursuer instead of the T She actually eat lost In Mr International League pitching Cook to Mrs Track hockey and basket ball waited for a later now claiming the attention of the school started Tto Central holds Its opening bouts Willie Jackson stops Jim St champion trotting Bowling Pope favors league of Nations to pre vent future says Mgr Fay in New Present German Government hesitates to fake definite step for economic social ization and business men expect no im mediate radical Two hundred thousand Massachusetts women pledged to food conservation Berlin announces that at French re until next back looking for his H went as far as where ho sought the aid of the He ap I predated fully the predicament his wife was as he had practically all the Hoon after he left Hartford Mrs CooV Learning that he had left that she followed and came to Spring where she found They spent yesterday here hunting for each Mrs Cook finally read In the Globe thai her husband was stopping at Cooleys and resumed the search When she called at the hostelry it was found that she had juet missed He had left for R The young bride has obtained in a candy factory in tills She has decided to remain hero and con tinue the hunt by telegraph and tele SERBS INSIST ITALY FREE SLAV PROVINCES Appeal to Principles Laid Down by Wilson Dec notice has been given the American Govern ment of the purpose of Croats formerly held by the AuslroHungarian to unite with the kingdom of Serbia in a single State and to Insist upon the evacuation of JugoSlav territory now occupied by Official texts were presented to the State Department of addresses by Prince Regent Alexander of Serbia and a dele gation of 7 mcvniberd from the Natlana Council delivered at Belgrade Dec The Prince Regent accepted the proposal of the Zagreb Council for union under a Parliamentary Government un til Constituent Assembly can bo hold within BIX months after the conclusion cf After submitting the proposal for the Zagreb delegation said Wo are profoundly grieved to be obliged to place on record that a great part of our natural soil is occupied uy the troops of the kingdom of which IB allied the Powers of the and with which we desire to live in friendly but wo cannot recognize any not even that of which in in violation of the principles of The delegation declared that the ex tent of the Italian occupation greatly exceeds tnc limit and foreseen in the clauses of the and nskecl that the frontiers of thu new State ON BOARD GEORGE Dee 9 by Wilson proba bly will not sit at the peace but will be represented there by dele while remaining in close con tact with the heads ot the other Na tions and prepared to decide ques tions referred to Premier it is will be president of the peace confer This is considered be cause the conference will be held in President Wilsons disposition is in favor of entirely public such as are carried on in the Senate By HENNESSY NEW Dec every deck and in every sick bay of the hospital ship which arrived from St early to having aboard 400 wounded all surgical were men from New including a few from the Yankee Every man aboard the Comfort had participated in tho great battles waged upon the soil of France for j world Most of them will i wear their scars of battle to their j Scores left a leg or an arm j in Others lost an eye or a 1 hand or a Not one of them The poor heroes joined in the great reception which New York gave them this as i soon as the Comfort passed the i Statue of i They who could gel on they never cheered be fore when they passed the great em blom of Men in Cots Cheer Those who couldnt sat up in their white eots and joined in the cheers of their more fortunate mates who were able to hobble on deck on their crutches and canes and acknowledge the threat ovation the big city gave As they passed up tho river to the Hoboken dock every whistle on and every noisemak a mile of Chamber at with the j press representatives given every facility to report certain the water screeched a welcome to the homecoming The Comfort proceeded slowly to her She reached her dock at illuminated like an excursion An Army and a Red Cross band were on the A score or more Red Cross in natty uni with Rod Cross and American Hanked by Army and Navy of ficers and were at the i head of the pier to join in tho wel MARSHAL FOCH MAY VISIT UNITED STATES Responds to Offer From Mayor of New York i ouched by the Accepts Freedom of the City NEW Dec Marshal Foch may visit the United States when hla duties permit was by a cablegram received hero today bjr Mayor Hylan from the Marshal in re 1 spouse to a recent message in which a the Mayor invited him to visit York and offered him tho freedom tho The Mayors invitation read May the people of the city of New York have the privilege and pleasure of expressing to you in person how highly they esteem and will you not ac cent tin invitation to be their so that may pay you tribute for the marvelous results attained by you as ComrmindcrinChlef of the Allied forces We owe you a debt Cor your part In the triumph of democracy over autoc On behalf of the municipality I offer you the freedom of the which Is but ti feeble manifestation of our deep regard and Marshal Fochs reply follows I am profoundly touched by the sentiment which has Inspired your mes sage and I thank you for your invita I appreciate highly the honor of the freedom of the city which the people of the city of New York offer Please transmit to with my ac expression of my warmest STEPSTOlROLONG ARMISTICE TAKEN Reports President Will Visit the Pope 23 Dec 9 Thomas Nelson the American Ambassador to visited the Vatican and announced that President Wilson would pay an official visit to Pope Benedict and Cardinal the Papal Secretary of on Dec according to a dispatch to the Temps from Rome there will be need of as there is in the Foreign Relations Committee but the Presi dents idea is that the procedure could be much the same as at Wush 1919 EXCHANGE TRUST COMPANY Christmas Club Books NOW READY Call Now for Your Book 21 Milk 124 Boylston St Branch Office Open C la M quest delegation of the German Army will meet Allies in Treves Dec 12 to dis cuss prolonging the PllBC Camp Devens preparing royal wel come for 70th Massachusetts soldiers and sailors will be welcomed home whether they served overseas or Page Attractions at the Town Treas Edward Jones of charged with the larceny of from that released on ball and examination of his books Paris preparing big welcome for Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Workers to make charges against Pres Gompers of of PiiKe Away From by Uncle Twentythree more New England heroes arrive at Camp Gen Mc Cain orders unpaid soldiers Niland of East Boston files bills pro viding for State ownership of Elevated and 3cent Corp Mark Alexander writes letters of Brockton imposes strict quarantine a result of grippe epidemic and calls for more Germany expended for propa ganda in United Court decides protestants against dis continuance of Bay State Railway track age must pay own experts to examine companys Port of Boston Page Financial and commercial Hold your Liberty bonds Sec McAdoo warns people of the United Gn Goethals asks Congress to legalize informal war Pasre Household Bedtime by Thornton Pnisc Counsel for Brighton who is being sued for al leged alienation of Mrs Frances Gru bers declares case is a con t Navy reports diucovery of nonlnflam mable balloon Japanese business men on visit to TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page CongressmanElect Victor Berger and four others on trial in Chicago under Espionage Albert a and candidate for City announces he will support Mayor Peters if Premier Lloyd George addresses first big meeting for women voters only and asks for their SHO KILLS SELF a committee considering the with tlip principles down ry confidential und delicate features of of th various and then reporting Kinf proclaimed the union of Serbia with the provinces of the Croats and said the Govern ments first duty will he to truce the eth nographical and added I have the right to hope that our great Allies will judiciously appreciate pur point of When the Comfort reached the head of tho pier both bands struck up Sweet The strains of the old tune brought a deafening cheer from the rails of the which were lined by the officers and Now were shouted a one legged soldier from the main deck leaning over the what are you going to do for us Anything in our power and then shouted a Red Cross waving her While the Comfort was docking the bands played When You Come Its a Long Trail and Over she was made fast the bands struck up the Gangs All One would never think the way the returning Dee 9 Via Math las head of the German armistice announced today that tho French Government has re quested the German Army command to cioHlKimte plenipotentiaries to confer Kardlng the prolongation of the armis The delegation will meet at la Rhenish Dec 2 and view for it to the principles they have themselves and forwhich they hiive poured out so much UBOATS WITLBEFHANDED OVER TO THE FRENCH Dec trawlers arc ex pected to arrive at Cherbourg each towing a German This IK the first group of Uboats to be hand ed over to It includes one of Dec 9Mrs Charles the most recent of the submersible cruis 32 years was shot through the head this evening in the presence of her husband und daughter by Michael who later committed suicide by firing four shots through his He died and Mrs Kis sell Is in the Meriden Hospital in a critical i The Japanese armored cruiser with two torpedo has arrived at DRAFT BOARDS TOLD TO BE READY FOfl BUSINESS it was was infatuated with Mrs thanks for New England For Rasping Coughs Father Johns Medicine soothes Begin taking it back to the Peace Congress for ac Late yesterday President Wilson unexpectedly attended a song fest in the enlisted mens where after ward he shook hands with the officers and The President was given three cheers and a The weather is warm and the sea is SIMS TO COMMAND FLEET MEETING THE PRESIDENT JJec CommanderinClilef of all American i Naval forces in will personally command tile fleet of nine battleships and 30 destroyers which is to meet PreslI dent Wilsons ship at sea and escort It Continued oi the Second CLOUDY THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Tuesday increasing rain or snow at night and Wednesday possibly fresh north and north east Washington Forecast for Southern New Eng increasing cloudiness Tuesday rain or snow at night and For Northern New cloudy and colder Tuesday probably snow in the interior Wednesday Globes snow or HUNS QUIT BALTIC PORTS OF RUSSIA Dec German according to the Berlm correspondent of the Cologne has recognized the Republic of one of the Russian Baltic i According to this correspondent the Germans have evacuated i Rus sian town 81 miles southwest of Petro and also are leaving the Russian ports of Heval and BELGIANS THE RHINE AT URDINGEN Dec Belgian forces Hiding in the occupation of German ter ritory have reached the Cavalry units have to on the 12 miles northwest of Dussel SAYS AUSTRIA OFFERED TO GIVE GALICIA FOR PEACE Dec 9 Count cxAustroHungarian Foreign today told the correspondent that Austria in UlT made desperate ef forts to withdraw from the even to the extent of offering Germany the em pires richest coal and oil if Germany would surrender Count added that Austria s efforts always were defeated by either Gen the German Chief Quartermaster or other high German who even went to the extent of asserting that they were willing to declare war on Austria It Austria made a separate AMERICAN TROOPS REPORTED IN COBLENZ to Brest Kec announced today i rain Thursday fair seasonal tempera thai Admiral Sims will be thu jture moderate to fresh northeast j Dec S American forces arrived in on the Thursday fair seasonal tempera1 according to reports from Bar ami Dec Charles Donahue of Local Exemption Board 1 and Perdval chairman of Board today received orders not to close but to be ready to resume Thev had already cleared up all matters in connection with their boards and are at a lose to understand I these new Upon the joinimr of these ships with the Pensylvanla and the aiTompaiiyins the entire Naval to Brest and all ships accompanying Uie President will be under the command of CornmunderinChkt of Atlantic whose liar tiles from u Vice Admiral Henry will bo Continued on Uie Third The Temperature Yesterday at Thorn 12 46 3 jj 4S 6 p 41 08 j 12 Average temperature yesterj 41112 average one year Temperatures at S LUH NiRht San 02 M 44 US 32 26 New 52 Washing PETERSHAM WOMAN LEAVES PROPERTY WORTH An Inventory of the estate of Josephine of filed in Probate Court dai by Birney includinB i L i   

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