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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Boston, Massachusetts During the months ending April 30 the Globe printed more Real Estate advts than the second Boston Read the Real Estate advts iniodaya Order your Want and advts for next Sundays Oldbe early in the week as is that your Real Estate advts appear in tomorrows VOL XCVII 125 Entcrocl ns second class matter lit under Uio net of Mnrcli TUESDAY MAY 1920TWENTY PAGES BY TJIK NEWSPAPER TWO CENfS BOYS USE SANDBAG Then They Flee Winter Isle DESTROYER FLEET ORDERED TO MEXICO Will Protect Americans Two Slain Near Capital Sharp Demand on Juarez Joins Revolution SiccJnl TJlspateli to the Globe May boy inniatcs of the Flummer at Winter this attacked Supt Frank Wet more with a sandbag at tonightand then made their but were cap tured later the waters of Collins which had attempted to One of the boys was saved from drowning by a The boys were IS and Roland both of this city Mead of and Churles of Folj May murder of two more Americans in today to the State Depart accentuated the concern with which officials here are watclUng developments beyond the There was to in dicate to what extent the attitude of the Washington Government toward the Sonora revolutionary movement might be affected by the fact that the incidents occurred in Carranza controlled Bequests for additional warship protection at points on the Bast Coast of Mexico already had been forwarded to the Navy by the State While this had no rela tion to the latest it was said to indicate the view of officials as to the unsettled conditions pre in that at still held On the the closure of the port ofJuarez was interpreted of the Federal gatrison under Gen Escobar to the rebel Lossof this entry officials vwpuldbe a serious blow to the Federals because its rev enueproducing They be lieved complete rebel control of the rCONNELL GIVEN PAP AL AUDIENCE Apostolic Benediction Sent Boston Institutions Pope Praises Work of League of Catholic Women May 2 CBy OConnell of Boston today had a private audience with Pope Benedict lasting moro than half an The Pontiff evidenced paternal Interest In the United States and declared that he had been delighted by the reports of the progress of the Catholic Church in that Ho expressed deep gratitude to Amerr lean Catholics for their generosity to him in the present when tlio Holy See Is chiefly dependent on Americans for YOUTHS LOSE LIVES Continued on the Third PIIRC lowing their by the police they were locked up at the police station and in court tomorrow morning serious Charges will be brought against Conllnncd on the second Pnge GEN WOOD WINNER IN MARYLAND PRIMARY May 3 Practically completereturns tonight from todays Presidential primary in Maryland save Maj Gen Leonard Wood votes to 7113 for SenatorHiram a ma farlty for the soldier candidate of Gen Wood carried all the counties but Alleghany Johnsons ft former county was Little interest was dlsplayecl in the Election anywhere In the vote being one lightest tit a There was no Democratic contest and the States delegation will go to ban Demo BRAVES DEFEAT HOLDS UP ROBINS IN 19TH Drive by Boeckel Gives j Fillingim 21 Win the ever also had no Order tlie Daily Sunday Globe regularly from your news dealer or Order your advts for tomorrows and Thurs days Globe Sullivans Smash Starts Rally That Brings the Victory NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS Boston Brkljrn 1 Chicago Cincinnati 1 Phllu New York B lOMcngo Cincinnati 0 Three Naval Radio Men Go Down Off Portsmoul When Their Launch Is Swamped in Sudden Squall on Way to Isles of Shoals 0 8 Standing of the Clubs w Pot yv B 6 7 0 St 0 I New 3 Philadelphia 0 fi Pot 5 0 8 0 Brooklyn at Boston Chicago at Cincinnati Games Today Sew York BELATED BATTING RALLY FINALLY pEFEATS ROBINS OLEARY the licels of the game of the Braves and Dodgers came along yes terday with a 21 game with Boston on the long end of tlie Playing 45 innings to get one deci sion makes quite a lot of work fel but it shows that some Fails to Sign After It Is Enacted by Senate Senate Can Force President to Says Clerk Coolidge Prea McKnlght of the State Senate de i clinetl last night to affix his signature to the Beer and Wine and as a result the measure not sent to the Seven other measures passed to be enacted in the Senate yesterday were the Gov ernor last but Mr Mcknight said that he had purposely withheld his sig nature from the liquor He declined to say whether It Is his purpose to hold the hill until the Su preme Courttiiis decided on the Vol stead When asked whether he will sign the bill he replied that ho had not decidad what his future course will Tiefare an enacted measuremay be sent to the Governor itmust War the certificate of presiding officer of oach legislative branch that It has been duly Speaker Warner signed the bill Without Henry clerk of the Sen Conttnncd ou the Third Page POPE BENEDICT The Pope made Cardinal OConnell the bearer of the Apostolic benediction to the various institutions In the arch diocese of and especially to tho League of Catholic He them success in tho work they had undertaken and declared that In addition to tho actual good they had achieved their example was a most useful one und already had hecn fol lowud in other even in Pleasure was expressed by the Pontiff that Cardinal OConnell would remain in until the beginning of lie the Cardinal to visit him fre After leaving the Vatican Cardinal OConnell the tombs of tho Apostles in the Basilica uf St to the Sacristy to receive a certificate of his There he was recognized by who recalled having seen himaswa yotihff the Cardinal viewed tho wonderful treasures in St He especially admired the cross once worn by Emperor Constantino and master pieces by MRS OTTERSON TELLS HER STORY Shows Nerves Only Once as Prosecutor Grills Her IN MAfllcONr WIRELESS SLJIT S A May 3The United States Court of Appeals today denied the right of the Marconi Wire less Telegraph Company to collect ap proximately in alleged patent infringement damages froire tho Kil bourne Clark Company of Continued on the Ninth Page TOMORROW Deposits Made on These Days Draw Interest From MAY Sth INTEREST Ol SAVINGS ACCOUNT 6O Devonshire Resources Ove Total Want and ADVTS PRINTED DURING THE FOUR MONTHS ENDING 30 Globe Second paper 1 GlobeVlead the Globe carries the want and business in Boston because excellent results it brings to its PLEASE READ CAREFULLY further notice advts under the following plassifldations must be in the office on Thursday in order to be sure of appearing in the following Globe Maohlncry and Topis al Instruments and Travsl W Realstars Sunday Globe advts under all other classifications the above should be ordered on We will try toInsert advts ordered before pm on Saturday but to sure of ineepwon shpuld be in the Globe oflloe v that yovuv wl1 Auto Farm TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Three drown when Naval radio launch sinks in squal off Mrs Otterson tells her story of tlitf night her brotherinlaw was killed an last witness for the United States fiovernmprit orders sctuad ron of destroyers to four Mexican from Tampleo to Vera to protect Americans sharp representations made to Carranza on killing of two Amerl near capital Juarez Four boys flee from Plummer School at Winter Island after sandbagging school Cardinal OConnell has private audi ence with the Pres McKnlght of the State Senate re fuses tosign beer enacted yes terday gjtate Executive Committee of Amerl can Legion censures Joseph commander of Leo Bagley for attack on State Com Page MelrosB boy drowns when canoe up sets In Ell Figures to be announced today ex pected to show that Interchuroh World Movement goal of has been Pago Dr Markoes slayers committed to In sane asylum at N Supreme Court refuses rehearing of i Pngo Lauok denies high wages are tho causeof high prices at Elavated wage Milton votes to Eastern Massa chusetts Street Railway Hyde ParkDedham trolley service to bo discontinued Deo Strike in one Marblohead shoe shop Boston people In the Powers will at Los Angeles i Marriage Intentions Page Miss New York euea New KQtven Road for dam ages because qf injury to little active In State passes bill to Increase salary of Attorney Resistance of Russians Increases both WarsawJand Moscow report desperate fighting In vicinity of Page Attractions at the Opening Pops draws big Page Eight Dutch steamship companies unite to new world trade routes to the Far Kaet andto North and Jersey Olty commissioner urges ren strike in Boston at tenants mass meet MasBaohuBetts fire loss shows falling off In Brown Bear to Brown alumni at dinner herein dowmentfund Jeann Porto TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Cambridge child by auto while to save toy Page Man who betrayed Lynn terrorists commits suicide In New John Ainsley dies at home on Au dubon First of series of womens golf con tests to pick Boston team for the Gris com Franlc Grace quits In the eighth round in bout withBattling at the Common Lady Geddes winning a popular place In i Shoots sisterinlaw during quarrel with brother at Dublin Corporation votes to fulfill all rders of Irish Republican Parliament1 o far as they affect Dublins Municipal Democrats in Senate decide not to illbiister against peace be ng Informed veto is certain and not mbarrasslng to Suffragists from 45 States invade Con necticut in behalf of Anthony amend Cambridge Armenian arrives In United States with that he bought out if Contractor given two to re store to normal conditions the ash col ectlng service In Dorchester Pago American Boston New York 1 Chicago 8t Louis 1 Detroit ileveland 1 Washington Philadel phia Umpire attacked at Cambridge Latin Everett High game in Cambridge latter creating a first and second place tie the Suburban sets record for most Innings played in three consecutive Dean Academy nine wins from Boston College Bills of Lannln and Prazee dismissed by Judged College confident of victory at the Eastern Coaoh Pisher gives Harvard football squad a lively Newton OlUb wins championship of the NeVtpn fowling Jack Moakley optimistic regarding Americas chances at the Page Financier New York Stock Market closes strong Quiet day on the local stock market Lillian Squires v sues Constantlne alleging conversion of WOO worth of Eastern railroads agree to aekvfor a 30 percent raise In freight Taunton motorcyclist killed at Brook Flnanolaland commercial Pagl textile mill workers ou on strike at New Bedford Councilors block Mayor again on new Police Station 8 Jantea Jackson of Hed Cross way Melrose Boy Is Lost in Canoj UpsetTwo Companions Manage to Swim Ashore Two of the Portsmouth Victii Veterans of Served in 26th Division MRS WINIFRED MARY s Defense Proves Presence of Two Mysterious Auto DROWNED REGINALD aged son of John and Rita Chesterton of 43 Lan SHERMAN aged son of Alonzo and Mary Parker of South Port LEO aged son of Daniel Foss of RESCUED ELMER aged son of Alonzo and Fanny Alley of Dlnpntcli to the Globe N May young two of whom were World War were and a fourth was rescued after a terrible when the 30foot Radio launch stationed at the Naval radio station at Islo of was swamped about 4 oclock this after while on its way to the station Navy Tho during a violent squall about two miles off the Wood Island At first it was supposed that an explosion had occurred aboard the little as she was well By LAWRENCE SWEENEY N May are charged with killing your brothor Mrs Did you do it I did Clearly and without the race of tremor in her Wlni Ired Mary Otterson this afternoon proclaimed that she is guiUJess of slaying of her Maurice at their home n Hooksett on the evening of You are also charged with mu tilating Maurice Did you do that I never mutilated him in any shape or manner in my flung back the most picturesque woman who has ever defended her life in a New Hampshire Last Witness for Defense Mrs Otterson was the last witness called for the defense and she was be ing put her direct examina tion by her senior Ma Robert Miirchie Her appearance on the stand had been awaited with feverish excite ment throughout the day swarina of outnumbering had be ieged the corridors of the Courthouse ill day and when her attorney finally called her she calmly off her blue dolman re TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Hoover and Johnson fight It out In their home State Port of Boston Page Russia Turns by Five Minutes a Day With Our Presi by French railway strike and train with Americans for liner La Prance leaves Paris for Two persona score when Germans attack Poles in New York police keeping strict guard of the On Leong Tons1 Chinese conven Household Page Adler and alleged gefballat Walter Watson said to have con fessed at Los Angeles to killing a fifth Senator Lodge reads into the record a signed by prominent men ex pressing regret over the Presidents re flections on Trance and tn bin militaristic charge Coiitlnncd on the Fifth LOGANS PLEA BLOC EXPULSIONOF CHOAj Head of Southboro Legf Post Censured Executive Committee First Vote Oust Him for Attack from Portsmouth boat went down Continued on tlie Second Page FAIR THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Fair Tuesday and Wednes day not much change In temperatures variable Washington Forecast for Southern New England and Eastern New York Fair Tues day and Wednesday little change In tem For Northern New England Unsettled Tuesday Wednesday Globes Wednesday and probably Thursday warmer Thursday variable The Tempeiuuiro Yesterday at Thomp sons a 43 8 42 a 43 52 3 p P BO 1 p 48 52 temperature 47124 average temperature one your ago 62 Temperatures at 8 Last 54 St 62 44 38 Portland 40 38 New IS Wushl Precipitation In 2l to 8 p vots of censure on the condm roseph commander of Bagley Post 161 of South or his ungentlemanly am rue criticisms the State was passed by the State itlve committee of the American ast nlffht at its meeting In the A letter will be sent from to be read at of the strongly condemning opudlating the statements made b 1 Mr In a letter which waa Jshed on March attacked Coll ward the State comma as a man unfit for his sorted that he had not visited that his name was nauseaS to the majority of men In the and that he was using his offlc feather his nest JEhe executive committeemen flrTt voted to expel Mr Choate frpii Continued on Pa See that your Real Estal Business Automol advts appear in tomorroi Wednesday Read pages Wlso BMS Save Wise folks Save Mdtj r Interest Begin WAY 10 UA8T DIVIDEND MUTUAL SAVINGS BANt Massachusetts Savings have no All after paying paid to or set asidl a fund for their Make use of the r FBOT Open an HOME SAVINGS Tremont atraet With Your L HAVE tJ AS just the right smack 1 make it the ideal serve with any at club or better tell your you a for serve it at all bound to 45 Comu
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