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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Boston, Massachusetts                                If Out bf Town Mail your advts for next Sundays Globe Real Estate For Sale Summer Cottages To Let or Wanted More Help Wanted Use the Read the Want Pages Today Advise your friends to use the Globes want and classified Order your Sunday Globe advts early in the week as is VOL xovn 175 Entered as second class matter At iimler the of Mnrch WEDNESDAY JUNE 1920TWENTY PAGES BY TUB tiLOUM TWO CENTS at His Best on Crimson Class Day Haven Crowd Sees Its Team frothingham Hurt FIND LADY IN BLACK New Figure in Elwell Case r By MELVILLE WEBB JR NEW June son of the late lean of college track team made a base hit In the opening inning of todays Crimson Class Day baseball battle between Harvard and The Yale outfielder advanced to sec ond base on a stole third and scored on an infield But Mur phys run was the only one Yale scored against Babe who Harvard to a 4tol and his opening single stood as 25 percent of the safe hitting that Bill Lauders ball nine could make against the offerings the Cambridge Yales firstinning run wac matched by Harvardin the second following a single by Howard Yales diminutive right hand passed two batters and then hit Jocko Conlon to force in a Then the teams fought without further scor ing until the sixth inning when three Continued on the Fifth GLOBE ADVERTISEMENTS PAY BEST TRY ONE AND SEE MANUFACTURERS JOBBERS BROKERS AND BANKS We Can Solve Your Problem By taking over all your surplus stocks of foot An organiza tion hns been com pleted representing the largest shoe out lets in the United all well Reply by telegram or letter to ESSEX Our Buyers Are nv Working WOMEN TO HELP RUN CAMPAIGN Republicans Appoint Seven On National Committee STADIUM SCENE OF FUN AND COLOR Showers Fail to Repress Spirit of Occasion Arch of Rainbow Confetti Brings Ivy Exercises to a Close By LUCIEN THAYER Rain trifled with the temper of Class Day revelers in the Harvard Sta dium but did not seriously hurt anyones feelings nor interfere with the gayest occasion of all the col lege Like all Class Day ceremonies the of ages to 1920 ivy exorcises were a scene of the merriest fun and Some might say trlat they were a greater success from the point of view of the the launderer and the hat man than from that of the they would be those whose hearts have never leaped amid the memories of years and have not felt the spongy touch of confetti that is thrown forth to twist and curl and Undulate into eerie shapes and figures as it is caught and buffeted by the mischievous Impromptu incidents often lend novel ty the set for some slave of comedy meets such occasions with the This time rain was the cue for the unscheduled Thel alumni by William From All by Harding Wires Torn Trees Streets Buildings Struck by Lightning In Boston Suburban Districts Special io tlic Globe NEW June 12 clays of District Attorney Ed ward Swann told newspapermen this evening that the mystery surrounding the murder of Joseph Elwell is us impenetrable as it was 20 minutes after he found by his housekeeper about oclock on the morning of June 11 in the reception room of his 214 West 70th dying from a bullet wound in his We have examined everyone we can find who might have known anything about the said the District At and there Is as much mystery today with respect to the individual who killed Elwell as there was a week ago Reporters rehearsed tie part played in thecase by the woman who is called Miss Asked If he were not the ipivot in tho Mr Swann said No Evidence Against Woman I am not willing to render more miserable a wretched lot women who stoop to of young I certainly Continued on the Thirteenth START SAVING For a Home Savings Deposits go on interest last day of each month TRUST 1 Court 124 Boylston To sell new or uscA automo trucks and otcces advertise in the Daily and Sunday Read the Automobile advts in todays Largest Suburban Trust in Central Trust Will pay July 1st on savings accounts at the rate Interest paid from the first day of each Accounts Opened by Mail June of the National Republican campaign us entrusted today to an executive committee of 21 members headed by Chairman Hays of the partys National Seven women have places on the executive Announcement of the membership of the executive committee together with the composition of two committees to arrange for notification of the partys Presidential and of Governor Vice Presi dential ended a two days in which Mr Chair man Hays and a special subcommittee While the subcommittee was conclud ing its conferences Senator Harding re ceived a group of They nail gone to the Capitol with prepared state but Senators action In pre senting his views first caused them to change their plans and simply state their request for a definition of the nominees In reply Senator Harding said that while he could not with propriety attempt to force any State to hasten action on the Federal j suffrage he would recom mend ratification should any State offi cials seek his MKS HAUIUHT TAYLOR Vice Chiilrmim of ItiMiililioim CiimpulKn FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK 6 Park Boston Deposits go on interest July 1st Last five dividends Sure Relief Hot wafer Sure Relief BELLANS SeffOti tNPIGESTItfft REVIEW GLASSES July 12 to September 10 for students who Called In College Board HUNTINGTON SCHOOL 320 HUNTlNGTON AVENUE Boston will not drag their frailties into the There is no legal evidence of any of them being connected with this With respect to Miss Wilson we shall seek no further her frailties to We do not regard her as the pivot In this She inay have be unconsciously the innocent cause of the criminals We 3o not know Mr Swann was asked if he itiad been by the fact that the police had not cooperated with his I should not say he re The police have expressed their willingness to cooperate with us in every They have done good work in this The murderer lias not been caught because he has been very Ho has told no one that he committed the If he we have heard ofit by this Asks Lady In Black to Come The district attorney said today he had telegraphed to Minneapolis request ing Miss Blly Hope a friend of Victor von to return to New York to answer certain questions the district attorney is anxious to We have not the right to said Mr and we have merely asked her if she will come We have no charge to make against Miss There are certain things she can throw light Asked If Miss Anderson is the Lady in Black who was with von Schlegell the evening of June 1 on the roof of the Ritz Carlton when von Schlogoll encountered Mr and Mrs Lewl Viola Kraus and Octavio Mr Swann said I should say that Miss is the in Black who has been referred She was quoted in an interview In Minneapolis as saying that on the eve ning of June 10 von Schleeell took her home from the Ritz about His story to the police was that he took the lady in black home at a much later If that Is the hour Miss Anderson says von Schlogell took her said Mr beaming brightly on the as sembled rpy only course is to do what they do in Ken tucky under similar A Kentucky you believes a lady in preference to his own When Mr iSwann was pressed for a Continued oil the Third Suffragists Make Veiled Threat Tho numbering 26 from 21 through their Miss Alice chairman of the National Womans in presenting their re1 quest made veiled threats of throwing their support to a third Miss Paul said tonight her delegation was deeply disappointed with Senator Hardlngs In appointment of the executive com mittee tho usual practice of confining membership to the National organiza tion was cast aside and Harry Daugherty of Senator Hardings preconventlon campaign was taken The appoint ments announced include only 20 but Mr Hays said the additional mem ber would be announced as soon as ho could communicate with the prospective Seven women are named as members of the committee and Mrs Harriet Taylor Upton of Ohio is ap pointed vice The membership oE the committee was announced as follows Continued on the Fourth Page Alleged Slayer Will Be Arraigned at 3 Today Sperlnl to the Globe June true bill was the report of the Grand which today hoard the evidence In tho case of Byron iheld under tho charge of murder in the first de Tlie evidence was presented by Atty Gen Archibald of Manchester and County Attorney Collins Graves of The witnesses understood to nave been called before the Jury were Dr Miss Melon the nurse Mrs Johanna a neigh bor Nellie stenographer for the Attorney General James de tective Edward deputy sheriff Chas Whitney of the State Pathological and Clarsnue clerk in the drug store where the poison was Pettlbone will be arraigned tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock and it Is expected that his James Batchelder of will endeavor to have he trial put over until the December TREE IN FRONT OF HOUSE OF HAROLD 56 FLETCHER AFTER STORM HAD FINISHED ITS WORK OF PALMER MEN HOPEFUL IF WILSON STAYS OUT SUGAR RATIONING PLAN HAS BEEN ABANDONED sent him on Monday by Gen Sherburne Request information concerning ra tioning of sugar in hotels and restau rants all pver reported by press to bo effective as of June Local hotels and restaurants want in formation concerning the regulations and express desire to SHIP BRINGS POUNDS OF CUBAN SUGAR Laden with pounds of Cuban raw sugar the steamer Lake Capt came up the harbor last evening and anchored off East Boston She came from and was delayed several hours on account of heavy fog off tho The cargo is consigned to the Kevero Sugar Refining and the vessel will proceed to the companys terminal in the Mystic River this Steamer Corapeak will follow the Lake Louise the She left Preston June 20 and is due to arrive next Sun She also has contaln in answer to the following message Ing pounds of the raw product The sugar rationing plan which was to have become effective Monday has been YesterdaV afternoon Gen John chairman of the Commission on the Necessaries of received a telegram from special assistant to United States Atty Gen Mitchell as fol lows The sugar rationing plan has disapproved bV the Department of Jus Although the commission w had no active part in the proposed rationing beyond furnishing Washington with reports of the many hotel restaurant proprietors and sugar dealers have requested the com mission to inform them as to the plan of the United States Attorney Yesterday and Monday fully lOOoequestR were made to learn from the commis sion when plan would become The telegram received from Mr Figs It Is Because of the Great Volume Of Our Classified Advertising that we are compelled to ask advertisers to follow the instructions printed below We cannot guarantee the insertion of Sunday Globe advts ordered on We will try to insert all advts except listed below if they are in the office before on Until further notice advts under the foljowing classi fications must be the office on Thursday in order to be sure of appearing in the following Sundays Globe Machinery and Tools Musical Instruments Tours and Travel Farm and Garden 3 Cash Registers Advts for the Daily Globe must bo in the office before 0 of the day preceding Order your Sunday Globe advts as early in the week is TODAYS GLOBE Page accompanied by high wind and heavy ran causes great damage in Win Arlington and near by Palmers backers confident of success House keeps hands off but TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pnsrc La Follette and Bryan in dorsed as third party candidates by Nebraska members of the Committee of PUBO The introduction of a mechanical tele if White House Keeps exchange next year will necessi hoW South con ern delegates doubt the party can carry their States if Wilson program goes Harvard nine beats 4 to at New opening their annual Stadium exercises scene of fiayety and color despite Ihe Republican National Executive Com mittee to managre the campaign includes seven Ijady in Black of Elwell case found District Attorney says case is still deep Sugar rationlnR plan Grarvd Juryreports true bill in Petti bone Mother visits Robert Meads in Jail at Horse N PnKe Tech faculty and alumni discuss pol 1 icy of Institute graduates hear British Gen du Porfl and Pres Lowell at Nineteen awarded scholarships at graduation exercises of the New EnS1 land Conservatory of Peace treaty infidel says Dr Cortland Fehrenbaeh Cabinet collapses on re fusal of support by majority Page Atty Gen says if President tylrfl terra would duct of many exchanges this Princeton starts off in the Jead in the intercollegiate team golf Baseball defeat and rain mar gaiety at Wlnchendon married 41 obtains divorce South End woman asks Globe to help get her 9yearold son Pane Since 1914 tho United States has rolled up a trade balance of approximately against the American trade in Artfentlne Repub lic increased 400 percent In last three says United States commercial Autoists to help reduce number of accidents on Plan for financing wool growers ap proved by Federal Reserve Seven injured when elevator at 775 Boylston st falls to Commercial Port of Boston Real estate Page Boston College observes Class Waterbury quiet after Mondays strike Mechanic Arts wins the Bpston High School basebajl beat TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Parke defeats Johnston at Wimbledon Gravom and Hardy Boston horses win two of the races at Woontsockct Bowden and tie at M6 in lirst 3B holes of tlio Massa chusotls open aolf PlIRC American Bon ton 5 Chicago Philadelphia 1 Wttrih ington Detrplt 1 St Louis Nivv York National St Louis 2 11 Cincinnati Philadelphia 1 11 Chicago New York 4 Brooklyn Dartmouth shuts out 20 other college basebalj Parting of shroud on tho Vanltle pre race Resolute in a 20 knot tenders banquet to Amerl can Olympic who sal today for Puise by Uncle Irish railwaymen will avoid a strike Capt Joseph Choate brings a bill in the Supreme asking that th executive committee of the Massachu setts bo compelled t rescind a vote of censure passed agains George Perkins left bulk estate valued at more than to widow and two New Controller declares law forbids more than half of estate t charity may cut Joseph JDe Latnar bequest to Ernest Janvier and Jdisa Aim Close Call For Autoists Tree in Hailstes Bil as Bins Wind Fells 15 Elms in Administration Tightens Grip Southerners Fear Loss of Their States MOTHER PAYS VISIT TO MEADS AT JAIL Believes Son Was Not Aggressor in Dartmouth Shooting Special Dlniiatch to the Globe N Juno Mrs Ubert Meads and her Myearold aughter Sarali of Chicago visited this morning their son and Robert at the County where he detained as the alleged slayer of Henry a fellow student of Dartmouth Mrs Meads and daughter arrived at Wells River Station from Chicago at 30 thin morning and was met by Mr who lias been here for several and at 9 oclock the trio took the rain for Horse where the jail s The young man had been Drought from his tell to the ofttce and van tljere to greet the when hey Alter a visit of nearly an lour the party returned by auto to Halos where they have a suite if fflrs probably 45 years of i woman of small stature with black lair was dressed in a suit of In a brief interview later in he Mrs Meads expressed her faith hat in spite of the erroiioouu stories to he contrary her son would bo able to irove that he was not the aggressor in the frightful tragedy recently enacted Mr in company with his at torney left town today or it is in all proba bility to complete tho personnel of hia By HENNESSY SAN June 22 The backers of Atty Gen said to be Brady traction interests in New represented at the convention by Asst Atty Gen Francis feel that they can put over the Penn sylvania Quaker as the convention nominee for provided the White House does not The Palmer boom is a real move backed by influence and press but the fear con fronts them that the White House wants Wilson Today ono of the Palmer men declared that if necessary somebody on their side would toll the story of President Wilsons physical and mental condi tion and leave it to the good sense and patriotism of the delegates to determine if they want to accept the leadership of Mr Chairman who has been boasting that the Democratic Continued on the Fourth A young generally re garded as the worst of its kind ex perienced hereabouts in 25 swept through a number of towns and cities north and south of Boston yesterday flooding the streets with an extraordinary deluge of considering its short dura firing a volley of hailstones hat ranged all the way from the size of peas to that of robins up trees or breaking off large strewing the streets with foliage and with live electric that wore a menace to all living and deranging electric car electric lignt serv The storm as a climax to a TODAYS GLOBE PI1KC Marriage Belief of International Commission of Jurists that tho High Court of Nations under tho league will not replace The Hague arbitration tribunal Root to pre side at lirst case since tho Financial and commercial Salem lost in Page Oldfashioned Class Day at Harvard only slightly marred occasional showers guests Government sues 15 Sandusky men for as taxes on stolen William directorclerk of North Penn found guilty in connection with VllKC Household Dorothy Dlx PIIKC Cooperative banks offer to aid in financing the proposed Boston housing Miss Mary Levesquo of Lawrence ad mits throwing her child into Sprlcket River and Is aentenced to a year in the House of Pace Storrow is twins to keep trains run ning until coal supply can be replen Railroad strike situation laid before Harvard W to give university in Iowa Bwlnss to Mrs Winter of Minneapolis for president of Federa tion of Womens Clubs means defeat tot THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Pair Wednesday andThurs day moderate tem perature fresh south west and west Washington Forecast for New Kngland and Eastern New York Partly cloudy Wed nesday and moderate Globes Fair Thursday and moderate temperature light to moderate mostly Tho Temperature Yesterday at Thomp Bons 3 a 61 6 a 61 Continued on the Twelfth Page Arrange to have the Globe while on Order the Daily and Sunday Globe regu larly from your newsdealer or l6 i 12 74 3 p 80 0 p 70 67 12 Average temperature yes Temperatures at 8 Last San CS 72 St 70 60 5S 50 70 Washing PreqlpHatlon in 21 hours to S p FOREIGN EXCHANGE The Cosmopolitan Trust Company with personal repre sentatives in the prin cipal foreign coun offers BEST RATES Service in the purchase and sale of a nd all other foreign cur Foreign Government Bonds and German Municipal Bonds at attractive Cosmopolitan TRUST COMPANY 6O Devonshire Boston General Banking Safa Deposit of Cradlt By J E CO Auctioneers LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS FOUR WINDS FARM PETERBOROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE I hereby pledge to immediate disposal my Four Winds Farm estate just off the Old Dublin Road at Peterborough New tt stands today in all its completeness and readiness for occupancy and brance to whomsoever will bid the most therefor at absolute auction sale and comply with the Terms and Conditions of It is one of the finest and most substantial and attractive of the higher class of summer it manor house at eleven hundred and fifty feet a set of farm a complete set of farming equipment and agricul tural implements and dairy two hundred and fifteen acres of land one hundred and seventyfive acres of which is in one lot with the building and fortytwo of which is in timber has a locution the PeterboroughDublin and commands a wonderful view of Mount Monadnock and the wide range of surrounding mountains and nilli and other summer The sale will take place upon the premises at the manor house at the top of the hill regardless of any condition of tEje weather on Wednesday the 30th day of June 1920 beginning wry promptly at two oelqeit in the afternoon daylight saving An illustrated citir logue pfthis estate may bjfhad upon anpJicaUon ths sr   

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