Boston Daily Globe, April 27, 1920

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April 27, 1920

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 27, 1920, Boston, Massachusetts Read the Real Estate Advts in today’s Globe. Real Estate for sale, to let or wanted? Advertise in the Globe. Order your advts for liext Sunday’s Globe as early in the week as is possible. ©I£ (Hobe r- See Your Newsdealer Or newsboy and place a regular order for the Daily and Sunday Globe. Owing to the great demand, dealers are frequently all sold out on the Globe. Read the wants today. -a i vol xevii NO. 118 Entered as second class matter at Boston, Mass., under the act of March ", 1879. BOSTON, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27. 1920—TWENTY PAGES COPYRIGHT. 1920, RY THE GROBE NEWSPAPER CO. TWO CENTS AY STAT MANY CHURCHES HAVE TOPPED QUOTA JURIES ”    n    “.P.1 Big Four’ Holds Chiel Interest Democrats Have Few Contests Slate Is Expected to Win and Interchurch Drive Total For New England $5,243,138 State Reports Show $3,108,216 —Baptists Still in Lead Miss Margaret E. Coumans, Nurse Charged With Manslaughte In Court at Dedham—Mrs Otterson, Accused of Murder Of Brother-In-Law, on Trial at Concord, N H NAVY CLEANUP IN ! RACES WITH HARVARD yarsity, Second and Also I Freshman Crew Win Good Margin in Each Case and i New Triumph for Glendon I S|MMai«il Iii ft pa tell to Hie Globe ANNAPOLIS, April 26—The Naval [Academy scored a cleanup this afternoon, defeating the varsity, second and freshman crews of Harvard with its own corresponding eights, by substantial tnargins in each case. Tt was a great day for the Navy on the water and another achievement for Hick Glendon, tile veteran academy roach, who thus starts his ISth season at Annapolis most auspiciously. It may be mentioned that the younger Hick Glendon, who is working with his father this season, won his spurs today. He has been coaching the Navy plebes. Special mention is also deserved by stroke Huntington of that crew, who pulled a notable race. He set the stroke for the St Paul’s Schol eight for two reasons. Following is the time of the races: Varsity Crews—Naval Academy, lim j 88s; Harvard, 12m 5s. Four and one-)iaIf lengths. Second Crews—Naval Academy, 12ra J5s; Harvard, 12m 38s. Five and one-half lengths. Freshman Crews—NavalAcademy, 12m Cis; Harvard, 52m 40s. Four lengths. Mavy’s Watermanship Best The races as a whole were among the queerest ever held here. Postponed from Saturday, when it was Coutlnueil on Hie Fifth Page. Hee that your Heal Estate advts appear in tomorrow's and Thursday's Globe. Head the Real Estate advts iii today's Globe. Massachusetts will hold today its ! primary for the election of delegates j to the National conventions of the ! two great political parties. The Democrats will elect 86 delegates, but the Republicans will choose only 35. Previous to the campaign now going on, every State was entitled in each of the great National •on>’en-tions to twice as many delegates as it has United States Senators ami Representatives in Congress, but the Republicans now allow only one delegate in a Congressional district chich has cast less than 5000 votes for the Republican candidate for Congress in the preceding election. Under this rule, the Republicans in the 10th Massachusetts Congressional District are entitled to one delegate only; each of the other districts has two delegates. Two Democratic delegates will he elected in each Congressional district in the State. Almost all of the interest in today’s primary is attached to the Republican primary. There are nine candidates for the four places as delegates-at-large to the Republican convention and there are also contests in most of the Congressional districts; issue in practically all of these contests is between delegates favorable to Gen Leonard Wood on one hand and those who are unpledged on the other. SEXTET OF ALLEGED HIGHWAYMEN JAILED I I Accused of Holdups in Everett and Vicinity Visit of Lewis E. Swett to Boston Pawnshop Results in Arrests EVERETT, April 26—One of the boldest gangs of highway robbers in Greater Boston, in the opinion of the pollee, was cleaned up today with the arrest of six young men. They are responsible. according to the police, for several holdups in this vicinity within the. past three weeks. The lob which Continued on the Fifth I’nge. I Reports on the financial drive of the ; 30 Protestant denominations working together in (he Interchurch World Movement, yesterday showed a big advance toward the goal. New England and Massachusetts pledged hundreds of i thousands of dollars for the cause of j religion. | Totals so far reported to Regional I Director Alfred C. Estes and Blate j Director Ebon L. Be van at 8 o’clock last night were $6,243,138 for New England, I and $3,108,216 for Massachusetts. This was a gain for the day of $862,963 In New England, and of $567,556 in the State The quotas are: New England, $18,145,000; Massachusetts, $11,302,000. Mr Sevan said the reports include further returns from Sunday's initial effort in the big drive. On Sunday night only a negligible fraction of the actual number of participating churches had been heard from, in the State as a whole, and Continued on the Second Page. Condition of Valves Figure In Testimony Regarding Death of Mrs. Lotz COUMANS MUS HOWA UH OTTR RSOX. TWO MEN SEEN TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS i TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS of The Democratic Contests Tim Democrats have five candidates for the four places as delegates-at-large. It is generally assumed that the regular ticket, made up of Senator Walsh, Richard H. Long, Hist Atty Pelletier and Daniel F. Doherty, will be elected. The other candidate is Ex-Congressman Joseph F. O’Connell. There are contests on the Democratic side in most of the districts also, but they have no National significance. Mas- Contlimed un the Twelfth l’nge. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT We favor the nomination of LEONARD WOOD as President, and urge the choice of LOUIS A. FROTHINGHAM as delegate-at-large who will vote for him. Albert S. Apsey Franklin G. Balch I. Tucker Burr Godfrey L. Cabot Paul G. Courtney George Howland Cox Harvey Cushing Allan Forbes F. L. Higginson Jr. George C. Lee Kenneth C. McDonald John Noble James O’Hare J. C. Pelletier Philip L. Spalding David I. Stoneman Robert Walcott Henry M. Williams Hugh Williams ROBERT WALCOTT, 3arrlster’s Hall, Boston. I’ll RC I. Trial of Mrs Otterson on charge murder opens at Concord, N II. Trial of Miss Margaret E. Coumans, accused of manslaughter, opens at Dedham. Chief interest in today’s primaries centers in Republican contests. Blood-Stained death car, found abandoned in Dorchester, was seen at North Easton Sunday night; no trace of missing driver. Navy wins all three crew events racing with Harvard on the Severn. Po R e ll. New Bedford whaling schooner wrecked on Barbados coast. I’m Re 4. Agreement leached on the demands of the Boston Elevated carmen. Find skeleton in hospital atttc, of woman missing for 39 years. Retroactive tax on war profits proposed in new soldiers’ relief bill. Alienists appointed to examine Dr Markoe’s slayer. ‘ The Idol Dancer” filmed at the Olympia Theatres. Arguments concluded in trial of James Reports up to 8 o’clock last night on Interchurch World Movement drive Larkin for criminal anarchy. connection with show $5,213,138 raised in New England, $3,108,216 in State. Six arrested Everett holdup. Page ii. Amundsen. Arctic explorer, and party icebound at mouth of the Kolyma River, Siberia. Confusion over time abates at railroad terminals on first business day under Daylight Saving law. West Tisbury, Mass, refuses to adopt Daylight Time Marriage intentions, Legislature adjourns over today. Pa Re It. Supreme Court, in I to .’I decision, orders dissolution of Beading Company, Postal clerks’ union places reasons for a pay raise before the President. If out of town mail your advts for next Sunday's Globe today. To sell eggs, poultry and supplies, advertise in the Globe. Jamaica Plain fire puts hospital in danger. Page 5. Allies’ note warns Germany to fulfill the treaty conditions on pain of further occupation of territory, but offers a conference for explanations by German Government; to meet in Belgium May 23. Pres Wilson will offer reservations of his own when returning the German treaty to the Senate, it is reported; Senator Lodge discusses proposed pooling of war debts. PiiRi* It. Attractions at the theatres. Gov Coolidge replies to New Hampshire protest against daylight saving. Page 7. Loomtixcrs at New Bedford may strike Monday. United States said to be facing the biggest food shortage it lias ever known. Irish administration attacked in the House of Commons by Lord Robert Cecil. Equity fund for new Chamber of Commerce Building now totals $764,600. IN MURDER CAR Co-Worker of Defendant Tell of a Previous Accident at Wiswall Sanitarium Stopped at North Easton For Gasoline Sunday Night ms LOTZ SCALDED, SAYS DR HODGDON MRS OTTERSON CALA AS HER TRIAL OPE* Brother of Missing Driver Says Hair Found in Car Is His The first clow to the possible murder of Oliver L. Kkluntl of 76 Laura st, Providence, R I- whose limousine was found abandoned cm Butler st, Dorchester, yesterday morning, with the running board and interior covered with blood, was received at 8 o’clock last night by Police Inspectors James F. MclClroy and John McGuire of Providence Police Headquar ters while they were iii Dorchester looking over the automobile. On their return to Police Station ll. Fields Corner, Inspector McElroy received n telephone message from Lawrence I ionian of North Easton, who had seen the story in the newspapers. Mr Poulan said his foreman iii his By JOHN J. DONOVAN DEDHAM, April 26—That another patient had met with a similar accident previously in the same bathtub; that the valve controlling the flow of hot water worked hard and that she had reported to the superintendent of the hospital that hot water continued to flow after the valve was closed, was important testimony given today by Martha W. Smithson Foil 11 ii ii <*il on tin* Po ii i*t Ii Pogo By LAWRENCE .T. SWEENEY CONCORD. N H, April 26—Win fred Mary Otterson, alias Marl Loyties Otterson. charged with murder of her young brother-in-Ia Maurice S. Otterson. at the Otters Continued on tho Fifth Page. Sunday Globe inlets. Or dei them. as early in the week as ii possible. Read the uxint and classified advts in today’s Globe. THE WEATHER RAIN Cont I ii noil on tho Fourth Pogo TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS i TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Advertisers, Remember Sunday Globe Advts Must Be Ordered as Early in the Week as Is Possible Until further notice advts under the following classi-fieations must be in the office on Thursday in order to he sure of appearing in the following' Sunday’s Globe: Machinery and Tools Musical Instruments Tours and Travel Yachts, Boats, etc. Furniture, etc. Farm and Garden Refrigerators, etc. Poultry, Pigeons, etc. Showcases, Desks, etc. Typewriters, etc. Schools, Colleges, etc. Safes, Cash Registers Dressmaking, Millinery, eto. 1—we cannot guarantee the insertion of Sunday Globe advts ordered on Saturdays. We will try to insert all advts except those listed below, if they are in the office before I :fl0 p. rn. on Saturday. 2—The earlier in the week you order your Real Estate, Summer Resort, Business Chances, Board and Rooms and Automobile Advts for the Sunday Globe the bolter service we can give you. I'ngp 7. John IL Fahey outlines plans for International Chamber of Commerce to revive trade, for which American delegates will sail June f>. Dress rehearsal of the operetta "Satni” given by the Vincent Club in aid of the Memorial Hospital. as Hp HK undersigned, while not members of I the denominations united in the Intcr- chtirch Movement, do nevertheless feel very strongly the importance to our country of an increase of the religious spirit which is likely to result from their campaign. AT last, the first step is being taken in the direction of cooperation and a general religious advance. The opportunity is now with us to show appreciation of this step. We hope that it will ultimately result in the walking along together of all religiously minded people whose chief aim is for the highest spiritual development of our country and its people. W E urge the financial and moral support of the Interchurch World Movement. JOHN K. ALLEN GEORGE BRAMWELL BAKER ELM KR J. BLISS HENRY S. DENNISON HARRY LEVI ADDISON L. WINSHIP CHARLES F. WEED. tai ne in. Uev Dr Straton fails to qualify judge of Scotch whisky. 11 ca ring on petition for entry of judgment in Gape Oui Canal cast* put over until Friday Iii It. S. Court. rum* l l. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT —-—I* A —-—   —  ---------- HOOVER REPUBLICAN CLUB OF MASSACHUSETTS Boston Headquarters, Young’s Hotel, Telephone 5729 Fort Hill Men and Women of Massachusetts Do you want Hoover for President? Do you believe the country needs him? If so, write, telephone or call at headquarters how to help and find out Hoover Buttons, Home and Auto Stickers Ready for Delivery The tontlment for Hoover it everywhere. Help prove It to the Republican National Convention. GEORGE DWIGHT FRATT, Chairman. JOHN RICHARDSON. Vice Chairman. Page K. j Frankie Schoell defeats Cleveland J Johnny Downs in 12-round bouts here. Hesolute and Vault!© to bt* overboard, probably, May 3 or 4. Northeastern Department basket-ball title series off Lo a good .start, at Camp De vena. C. B. Arnee sent to probe New York strikes at President's direction. Coast Defense cleans up two boxing classes at Camp Devens. Cambridge Latin, Somerville High and Newton High win in Ute Suburban League. Canada wins the Olympic hockey championship. Live Tips and Topics. Melrose Aldermen reject Sunday Amateur Sports act. l’HRI* I*. National I League—Boston JO. Philadelphia 3; Brooklyn 4, New York 2; other games postponed. American League—Boston 9, Philadelphia 0; New York 3, Washington 2; St Louis 4. Detroit I; Chicago at Cleveland, rain. James E. Gaffney and Johnny Evers pay visit to Boston. I’M KC IO. Financial news. Page ll. Financial and commercial news, Less than one-third of miners in Butte district report for work. I’ll KC ti** National Academy of Scientists discuss size of the universe and twins. Sugar conference in Washington said to be "much talk but no action” so far. New York women announces Champ Clark is a candidate; ex-fSpeaker less j positive. City Council votes to cancel Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway Com- ! pany’a franchise in Hyde Park. Secretary of .Methodist General Con- I ference decides to move dropping the ban on amusements, a third of the min- I isters having reported in favor of such action. I’ll ae Pl. Mr and Mrs Colyer accept Judge ; Anderson’s conditions and are released on $500 bail. Fix May 4 as date for Martens’ d<*por- ■ tation hearing. A listen woman sues Collateral Loan ! Company for $750 because her rings I pawned by former roomer were Hold. Senate subcommittee to begin invcsti- i gallon of paper shortage Wednesday "Armenia.” by Uncle Dudley. "Five Minutes a Day With Our Presidents,” tty James Morgan. ‘More I ruth Than Poetry,’’ by James J. Montague. Miss Edna Cutler speaks at Horticultural Hall on farm problems. Harvard Endowment Fund reaches a total of $12,125,732, Congress conferees agree on raises in pay of Army and Navy officers. Forecast for Boston end Vicinity: Tuesday rain; Wednesday clear- I big; little change in J temperature; fresh < east to eolith winds. I Washington Forecast I ior Southern New Eng- ! land and Eastern New ! York; Rain .Tuesday;] Wednesday clearing, ( not much change in i For Northern New Eng-probably rain Tuesday; not much change in temperature, land: Cloudy Wednesday rain, temperature. Globe’s Forecast—Wednesday morning rain, followed by fair weather; Thursday fair; slowly rising temperature, moderate south to west winds. The Temperature yesterday at Thompson's Spa 6! a in, 15; 6 a in, 44; 9 a in, 49; 12 iii. 6k; 3 p in, 63: 6 p rn, 59; 9 p m, IT, 12 mid, 45. Average temperature yesterday, 515-12. Temperatures at 8 Last Night—-San Francisco, 66; Williston, 12; St Louts, 52; Chicago, 12; Nantucket, 12: Portland, 42: Eastport, as; New York, 50; Washington. 46 SUGAR Will Supply Retail Grocers With Normal Requirements. National Grocers Profit-Sharing Company Raymond IL Oveson, Pres. Dili ce 1188 Bourd of Trade Building The LORRAINE Ballrooms eau bo encaged for private parties. Accommodations for 20 to 71 couples. Special arrangements mad! for suppers if desired. Next to Shubert Theatre. Beach 148. 1’nge ta, 11 oil uphold Department. Gal dee notes. Secrets of the movies revealed. Pug** 20. National Pan-Epirotie Union, in convention bere, urges President Wilson to support Greece in claim for Korltza. Cen Edwards visits tile Children’s Hospital.    » Mrs frank Jay Gould names two corespondents iii suit for divorce. FIFTH OF RHODE ISLAND INTERCHURCH QUOTA GIVEN PROVIDENCE, April 26 More than $406,000, one-fifth of Rhode Island's quota in the financial campaign of the Interchurch World Movement, has been subscribed, according to reports today various sections of from churches the State. Hugh Chalmers Says— “Save your money. Save all you can. Accumulate something and get ahead in the world so that you can live better, do more for your children, and acquire a competence for a comfortable old age or the ‘rainy day.' ’’ $3 a week at 4    %    interest    compounded    quarterly in 3 years amounts to $503.65. Have YOC Kivfd thin much iii tin* last three year*? If you haven’t, wturt NOW. INTEREST BEGINS MAY Resources Over $7,500,000 MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Ll Berty Trust Co. OPPOSITE THC OLD STATE HOUSE Cor. Court and Washington St s. Boston 3]Kg_di3ti.i\dive^lnvericejY beverage today u? BUILDING BETTER BLOOD Father John's Medicine supplies Nature’s food medicine, which la easily made use of by those who are weak, tired and run down. No alcohol.—Advt. GINGER ALE y) A lady writes she has “progressed” in the serving of five o’clock tea. This is her secret: One-third glass of tea, one slice of lemon, cube of ice, and fill glass with Harvard Ginger Ale. She says her friends have christened the drink “Harvard Ginger 5 O’Clock” and adds that Harvard Ginger Ale gives that character and quality so often lacking in home-made drinks. Recipe with Harvard Ginger Ale No. 2. Harvard Ginger 5 G*Clock HARVARD COMPANY, LOWELL, MASS Boston Branch, 45 Commercial Wharf ;

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