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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 7, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts                                day Gloe by ortferiag it to Help us out by ordering your Sun day Globe advts Autos For Sale Advertise in the VOL 66 FRIDAY MARCH 1919SIXTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS BY THtl NEWSPAPER Demands Guarantee of Full Food Supply Till August France Offer Of Britain and America Fails FINDS EXKAISER NOT LEGALLYJESPONSIBLE March step toward the formation of a treaty of peace was taken by the Supreme Council today when it adopted the proposal of the American delegation to have the com missions present to the Council thoh reports and conclusions In the form of articles to be the peace pre The Council also discussed the mili tary naval and aerial Conditions to be imposed on tho The official communication on ths session says The Supreme Council of the Allies met today from 3 to 6 The Council accepted the American proposal that the commissions should be asked to present with their reports their conclusions in the form of articles to be inserted in tho peace preliml The discussion then turned on tho military and air conditions to bo imposed on the enemy The next meeting will take place to morrow at 3 The report of the commission to deter mine the of the authors of the it is will Be completed tonight and presented to an early meeting of the Supremo Robert Lansingis chairman of the The work of none of tho Peace Con ference Commissions has been guarded so closely as that of the commission on The commissions it is whiio fixing moral falls to find legal becausethere is cedent or no law the or tip court existing to try the accused if legal guilt is found to fcJ The Supreme aftera report by Jules decided unanimously yes terday to reject the aemands of thu Continued the For over 30 years tlio Globe has been the leading want and classified medium in New Eng Use the Globes want col umns to get the best Order your advts fornext days Globe The Way to Resume 8s to Resume to loan re sponsible Builders on Build ing We believe in the Pre pare yourself by making progressive banfung The Fidelity Trust Company represents Open your Commercial Accounts with us HUNS REJECT TERMS FOR GIVINGJP SHIPS By HERBERT BAYARD SWOPE DlNpiituIi to tlic Globe March received tonight from where economic relations with Germany are being are of such a discouraging nature that their pessimism tinged the days developments and threw into the background what otherwise might be considered favorable indi The situation is to be taken in hand forthwith by the Council of The situation Is of such a charac ter that delay is not only to but to the surrounding Nations as and Immediate ac tion in the alleviation of bad condi tions is The worst fore bodings of those who feared the re sult of dissensions among the Allies as to methods of payments Germany was to use for her food supplies wero realized today when the Ger man commissioners declined to enter into any compact that did not guar antee her full flow of rations until her next When the commission assembled at this ex pressed her readiness to comply with the terms imposed upon which Included the surrender of her mer segregation of raw materials which were to be given in return for with the balance Coiilfnneil on the Eighth TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS 148 State Street UPTOWN OFFICE 519 WASHINGTON Next to Blgclow Kennurds Transport with 2202 returning including 151 New arrives in harbor men to land at 9 to Names of Now England men on the Famous 27th Division arrives at New Germany declines Allied proposal for surrender of ships unless full food sup ply until August is which France opposes Allies return to Paris for new Committees of Peace Conference in structed to submit their recommenda tions at once In formal terms as part of the treaty exKaiser not held legally it is President Wilson speeds to Peace Con ference through mist and driving William BrynnK grandson and his governess reach Boston on way from Europe to Vngc Rocks thrown during Haverhill strike j demonstration five arrests John Kearney declares speaker Lawrence whose arrest is s not a representative of Boston Waiters Margaret Uynch of Marlboro testi fies to 22year courtship at trial of breach of promise rose OLeary concludes his direct testimony in his trial under the Spy Save Tire Money IN the gray sidewall con strudtion Firestone build ers produced a tire that delivers mileage way be yond all former You are entitled to this new standard of obtainable only TIRES MOST MILES PER DOLLAR Transport Brings Including Many From Original Force LeftNew England Men DivisionMaine Regiment Has Few of Go to Camp Devens Direct From Dock Official Greetings Extended by Acting Mayors of Boston and Is Boston Dry Eager Query From HomeHungry Men Strong For Gen Edwards WAVING THEIR GREETINGS TO BOSTON AS THE TRANSPORT VEDIC CAME UP THE HARBOR BRYANS GRANDSON ARRIVES IN BOSTON He and Governess All the Way From Egypt Postal Officials Guiding Their Trip to Baltimore A though youthful vis Is In our He is none other than Reginald Bryan son of Maj and Mrs Owen and grandson of William Jennings old beyond his 6 is accompanied by Mile Marguerite his French governess and only traveling The attractive French wom some 25 years the senior of her bright young speaks English with a decided but her French is Baby Owens English Is wellnigh but his French is not so fluent an that of his Nevertheless tliu twain get along fa and haVe become great chums during tliolr travels from Egypt to Ever since they left Egypt they have been in charge of the postal authorities of Great and after they landed from the steamship Megan tlo at yesterday they passed on to the guardianship of United States postal The little Owen is a British Army like any other unusually bright boy of his nnd does not attract unwonted attention until he begins to talk and folks just sane and He is a wonderful Going to Visit Granddad His father served in theBritish Army during tho Dardanelles campaign and was later transferred to Egypt because of He and Mrs the daughter of William Jennings are now In that but during the convalescence of the major It was de cided to have the child visit his grand who in now in On the voyafffc from Egypt to Lon Coiittiiucil on the Scuoiitl SPEEDS THROUGH MIST AND RAIN President Wilson Taking It Easy on Steamer On Washingtons 13th Round Trip and Due at Brest March 13 ON BOARD THH March B By Wireless to the p placed himself under the orders of Rear Ad miral his personal President Wilson did not arise until 1 oclock He had a long prom enade on the flecks of tho George Wash ington this afternoon with Wilson nnd Rear Admiral Ho showed no effects of his recent hard ex copt traces of the fatigue which were apparent when he sailed eastward from New Tonight the President was much re freshed from his letdown in and he will continue his regime of quietude for several postponing Until the last part of hn voyage matters await ing hia This evening the President saw him self as the public frequently HCCB in moving pictures taken of him on the occasion of his recent visit to The George Washington today made good speed through the mist and a driving The figure 13 again figures in the Presidents It turns out that this the round trip of the George Washington since aho was taken over by the and she expected to reach Brest on March The armored cruiser Montana is lead Ing the way and is expected to do so all thway to ana four he Dorsey and El accompany the ship as far as the where four more American eyes of the sent out from will pick up the Washington and flank her on the last lap of her On this trip or the President a depar ture is being made In having a warship act as clear Tho armored cruiser which sailed from New York last Saturday for Is going over exactly the course tho Washing ton will The Pueblo will wireless back to the Washington all weather this way C Wasliingtc most from hour to hour what to expect eo w wreess ac o e ton fill weather and in Capt Kdward McCiiuley the tons will know al NEW ENGLAND MEN WHO ARRIVED ON THE VEDIC Following are tho names of the New England men who will land In Boston today from the transport Vedic Maj 190 Vaughn Lieut Col Ben throp Capt 163 Allston Med 1st 8 Myrtle South Sergt 017 South Main Fall South W Park 00 Florence Chestnut State H Westcott Port 1st Lieut 7 Homestead av SoiRl Maj Wlnthrop Sergt Saco Sorgt Maj West Klec Sorgt Kloc Seret SO Meadow Elec SciBt Klec Sergt Klec Rogers West Eloc Sergt H Garfleld Elec Scrgt Harry 83 Haver hill Radio Scrgt B Ash Cambridge All Church N Corp R West Corp Howard Kippy Wagoner Corp Atlantic Port Jefferson N N 85 Madison Spring 233 Lester Corp Kittery Ashley THEATRE u Town Ticket I UJoffiee at CHARLEYS AUMT ASK FOR SWANRUSSELL HATS WORN BY WELLDRESSED MEN GLOBE WANTS L READ THEM TODAY BELLAMS Hot water Sure Relief RELLANS 1ND1GESTJOIA TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pago Charles Fewkes of Newton High lands heails Grand Dr Graee Cross of South tells of being attacked in New York Taguea evidence concluded In 10th District contest Fitzgeralds Bide opens Boston campaign for fund for Devas tated France will continue one week Federal Trade Commission orders cer tain practices harness trade stopped as a conspiracy to restrain Mrs Cynthia ac cuses her husband of splitting her tongue and otherwise wounding Congressman Julius Kahn in Boston address urges universal military train Attempted holdup at Everett Page Steel men agree to cooperate with Red New England casualties number 38 Army losses for the day total News of the water 1IIITC John Kerwln arrested on charge of stealing from Boston brokerage fi Camp Devens claims confessions as to additional stealing of supplies from Aycr President of Buffalo Bolshevik runs amuck in Now shooting at thea tregoing crowd wounds Longworth scores application of sen iority rule by House Boston Natural History Society buys mineral collection from George Brig ham of Page Edward De Valera elected first Presi ident of the Irish When you think of Think of Penn TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Fuftc United States Government warns Italy unless the blockade delaying movement of relief supplies to Jugo slavia and CzechoSlovakla is I American food supplier to Jtaly will bo out Berlin stirkers councils order the men back to it is reported resignation of British seamens which Prime Minister Lloyd George says must be satisfied first by are figured at Iope said to fear that plan for church league cannot meet with success IaRe Senators Heed and Thomas npeak In New York in opposition to League of French Government begins an offensive against the high cost of living by selling American provisions at barracks in Paris at half the British subjects returning from Russia report thousands die dally from famine and due to Bohemian troops suppress attempts of Germans in Bohemia to hold elections for Vienna Assembly many killed in the Fund to fight League of Nations makes sensation in Lieut Col TheoOore back i from nays our soldiers are peeved at Postal Telegraph employes given 10 percent wage but overtime rate is Pope by asks Le nlne to release Archbishop de Ropp at Petiograd Bolshevik Premier replies only his nephew is and that in vestigation will be Brookline High swimmers win from Boston English 38 to Puce State Senate refuses to pass bill re quiring insurance to furnish TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Illffe Loose by Uncle Telephone messenger service restored in Metropolitan District and minimum report charge cut In Gen ICretfer to be aetlnt Judge Advo cate General Anstll returned lo of lieutenant Legislative committee Hnymond Robins tells Senate commit tee of sprcad of Bolshevism in Central New Knsland Sanatorium Fuml mounts to TnKP Kinancial and commercial IllKC Household Dorothy Dlx Bedtime by Thornton Braves sign lour Scott and Muhr and Goulu fight draw at Medford High School athletes win quadrangular Drawings made for school relay carni val Boston defeats Newton at basket 47 to Live Tips and Agrucinents made for sale of Govern ments surplus copper am Stock valued at belongs to Pierre Dupont and Judgs IJuflington Director General nines to call confer ence of bankers and railway corporation representatives Tuesday to dlseubs problem of financing IUKe Reorganization plans of Bay State Street Hallway and Massachusetts Elec tric Company Robert prominent Boston in surance of Navy Hilary Herbert Main factory of Atlantic Dyestuff Company at Burlage practically de stroyed by fire estimated loss Arcy N Clarence Corp 84 Ames Ded 40 Division Sergt 217 Cambridge Sergt 234 Lake Man Cook Cape Sergt Jones Ports N GO Hillsides Neodham Washburn r5 Park Fairbanks Corjj Crescent Brock Corp N Mills Bugler 117 Stanford South Portland Musician K 141 Arnold New Corp N Cook ts tjiiniinur La N S Buskley Jamaica Lii Cliappo Mill Corp 271 Chatham Mfl Slate Fall Corp Hillside Need Iwrn K L SerKt W Flint MCHH Sergt 9ll Bdtly First Lieut Ifl Ells worth First Serjft 103 Picket Sorgt 96 Park Re Corp UJl Islington N Ifi Whitney I2 Washington Corp Main Lu N 320 Shawmut Corp A 32 Coiurnbus M 36 Brattle Provi R Hancock Tl Addlngton Corn 95 London Kast 67 Mnple Continued on tlic Fifth 0 If we were only on the other Bide of those Thats what 2292 officers and mon of the shouted or murmured or thought last night as they stood on tho deck of the troopship Vedio which arrived In Boston Harbor yes terday at On board the VedJc wero 151 New England many of them members of the 101st The men will bo landed this morning at CommoHwealth Pier at 9 oclock and will entrain for various demobilization The New Bnglanders wilt all go to Camp Passed Through 54th Of the men on board the majority are from the 64th Coast once called the Maine but how so broken up by replacements that it is hardly Only two of the original officers are Continued on the Fourth FAIR THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Friday fair Saturday with rising tempera ture moderate east Washington Forecast for Southern Now Eastern New York Fair Friday Saturday rising For Northern New Fri Saturday partly with ris ing Globes slowly rising Saturday and Sunday light southeast to south The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons Spa 3 a 47 6 a 30 31 12 K 8 p 13 I p 40 0 p 38 1J Average temperature yes 40512 average one year Temperatures at 8 Last Night San B4 18 St 30 30 34 32 24 New 28 Washing Precipitation in 24 lo H r NEW YORK WELCOMES 27TH DIVISION HEROES Two Huge Transports In With Men Brockton Chaplain Aboard Wears Distinguished Service Gross NEW March Fourteen thon aand Now York members of the famous 27th who proved to the world that the Impregnabla Hlnderiblirg line could be arrived here today on the transports Leviathan and the Hobokens water front was crowded as never before when the Leviathan swunff Into her and across the out side the Cunard was another Slant throng waiting to greet ihe Maure AH the troops hastening aboard trains or ferryboats on their way to Camps Morritt and they allowed unmistakably with whom they had been closely associated in the lighting over From their Australian comrades they learned the coooeoee of the Antipodes and It WHS tills that burat Continued on he Seventh The League of Nations is the title of a booklet which we have just published for free dis It contains the text of the Cove nant of the and the recent speeches of President Senator Lodge and Sen ator We believe that the citizens of New England will be glad to pos sess in this form these important Old Colony Trust Company Down Town Office 17 Court Street Temple Place Branch Stale Branch 52 Temple Place 222 Boylston Street MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Estate For to Let or Wanted Autos for Sale Tires for Sale Trucks for Sale Business for Sale Help Wanted Advertise in the Read the advts in todays Order your Sunday Globe C B Y Pure Settled Soap For Your Spring Cleaning Just off our drying racks after six months Hard and nomical and Bar Box Bates Yerxa Co Off Suuner Friend wul   

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