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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Boston, Massachusetts 1 Want or Sundays Globe should be ordered Advise your neighbors to une the Globes want and classified Read the want advta in Sundays Order Sundays Globe in VOL XOVUI 0 Globe printed more want and elnmifiecl advertisements than Ac second Boston Entered tscona clniu mutter at under the act of March FRIDAY JULY 1920EIGHTEEN PAGES TO SEIZE TERRITORY IF GERMANS REFUSE Allies Give 24 Hours For Siping of Agreement on Disarmament f Must Reduce Army to Oct Turn I Over GunsBerlin Cabinet Agitated CALLS ON DARTMOUTH i PRESIDENT TO QUIT Slayer Meads Father Says Bootleggers Swarm There Chicago Alumni Rush to Defense of College and Its Leaders Special Dlftpatch to tbe Globe July resignation of Ernest Hopkins of Dartmouth College was demanded by Albert Meads of La Grange on his return from the where his Robert shot and hilled a fellow Henry on Juno Attorney Meads said the shooting was Continued on the Second THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Friday unsettled followed by local showers during tho afternoon or at night Saturday prob ably fair moderate west to southwest Washington Forecast for Southern New England Local show ers 3Trday afternoon or night Satur day probably For Northern New England Partly cloudy prob ebly showers In the afternoon or night in New Hampshire and Vermont Sat urday Globes probably Sunday fair continued mod erate generally The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons a 72 6 a 72 9 a 77 12 86 3 p 87 6 p 82 76 i2 Average temperature yester Temperature at 8 Xiast 56 70 St 64 Bt 76 64 66 74 52 New 76 July 8 By Tim joint AlliedGerman conference on the terms of the Peace Trpaty reached another critical point The Germans have until noon tomor row to say whether they will accept the FochWilson plan of disarma The alternative is contained in the specific threat that the Allies will oc cupy the Ruhr or other territory if Germany cannot or does not The German of which seven of the nine members are held a which continued from oclock this afternoon until No decision was and the Council adjourned until 9 tomorrow The prevailing view among the Germans was that the Allies had carried their particularly Continued on the Second Order next Sundays Globe in advance from your newsdealer or Remember to order advts for next Sundays Globe TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS FARC Coal wholesnNivs head denies there is a coal shortage In New England says Government agencies created panic which boosted Allied Premiers notify German Cabi net that more German territory will bo occupied unless agreement Is made to day to observe the peace treaty and reduce Army to by Oct 1 Ger mans declare Allies go beyond the Mrs Snow testifies that the elderly millionaire husband whom she divorced plotted to kill her with poison and con ceal it by means of an automobile wreck last father of Dartmouth student hold on murder de mands resigns tion of Pros Harding is promised the support of all the old RooBoveltr Bull Moose Searching reporters find Cox broiling chops over campflre on his Blwells tips on How to Handle Page Milk wagon drivers to demand wage making pay 45 and more days Hampden County gains percent In population Bristol County Page Eleven cases of bubonic plague re ported in Soldies occupy mai nroads into Dub lin search automobiles for kidnapped Gen The Old South Trust Company f 306 Washington Boston Announces to the public that it will open for business July at 9 SAMUEL Chairman of the Board of JOHN BT THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER SEEKELWELLS LOVEPAYROLL Trainer Relates Tips on How to Handle Women Charge Pendleton Was In City on Night of Crime Disproved NEW July for a love payroll of Joseph EHvell and for a later will than that filod for nro today marked a new turn in the District Attorneys Investigation Into the mysterious murder of the wealthy turfman and whist expert here last Banks with which Blwell kept funds wore asked to furnish transcripts of his accounts for several months prior to his Evidence that the turf noted for his had been payinc one woman and another 400 a month 1s being investigated in the hope that more light might be shed on such Incidental to acknowledgement of this trend of the Inquiry Asst DIst Atty Talley related today some of Elwells tips on how to handle women as told he by the horsemans Ono of Elwells assordliiR to the story retailed to was to hold aloof from a woman he particularly ad Then ho would tell other women how much he liked her and continue ap parently to avoid This Invariably brought the woman he wanted to the point of seeking Talloy In the search for a will said to have been drawn in leaving most of his estate to his the district attorneys office conferred with Frederick the attorney who said he drew it The will now on drawn in left nothing to the all the property going to the turfmans No definite clues Continued on tbe Sixth TWO CENTS HARDING PROMISED BULL MOOSE BACKING Wood Starts For Marion to Confer With Senator Democratic Nominee Spends Day Outdoors on His Farm SENATOR HARDING WORKS ON HIS SPEECH July that the Republican ticket would have the united support of Progressive loaders prominent in the 1912 campaign wore given to Senator Harding today by Walter Brown of prominent Ohio In a conference of nearly an hour the Senator and Mr Brown discussed plans for the cam paign and especially the part the Pro gressives would take in Mr Brown was chairman of the Ohio State Progressive Committee of 1912 and at the Chicago Convention acted as the Senators floor He also is a candidate for the Republican Sena torial nomination to succeed Senator Without exception the old Roosevelt leaders are supporting Senator Harding Continued on the Tenth COX BROILS CHOPS OVER GAMP FIRE July 8Putting aside tho cares ol being a Presidential Gov James the Democratic nominee for spent this after noon on a his boyhood 36 miles from Newspapermen who trailed the Gov ernor fcund him with his coat roast ing potatoes and broiling iamb chops over a campflre in a small ravine distance from tho old His farm manager was with Taking the intrusion of the news writ ers good he invited them to share the but finding it would take more chops and sand wiches than he he dispatched one of his men to Middletown for more TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS i TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page New municipal taxation program ia further opposed at hearing in City Storrow to be witness for carmen atr Eastern Massachusetts wage Manager Rice of Lynn plant of Gen eral Electric Company tells molders continuance of their strike is Home Committee to raise trolley fares1 in Qulncy Mayor Creamer of Lynn and Mayor Walsworth of Revere oppose flat 10eent fare on Revere Beach Lynn Judge Landis criticises the Presidents commutation of James Dorseys sen Pago President Wilson Is expected to call the first session of the League of Nations Assembly within a few to meet in Europe in Col who has been High Commissioner of the Al lies to Port of Boston Page Struggle of delegates to force way into Zionist due to con fusion of interrupts America and Japan join in tribute to Portugal at dinner to men of cruiser Sao Gabriel in American Coen of Lynn drowned at South Page Princeton wins track meet from Ox ford In 6 to Wright leads fleld of 224 County Chances for DempseyCarpentler bout before next year Fight between Stalllngs and Hoarn reported from Page What Is X by Uncle Dorothy Dlx Total Real Estate advts printed during the six months ending June Globe second paper Order your Real Estate advts for next Sundays Globe Fifteen children killed in State In auto accidents Juring May parents warned to keep them from playing in Charles Mann asks quo warranto writ against officials of claim Ing it is not a legally incorporated Marriage American Louis Boston 0 Chicago Philadelphia 5 Detroit Now York 3 Cleveland Washington 2 first Cleveland Washing ton 6 second National League Chicago New York 5 Pittsbure Philadelphia 0 Brooklyn St Louis 2 Boston at Cin Harry Minor Hal and Elizabeth Axworthy win at Windsor Americans to be among officials at Olympic American entries for international air plane race Rain stops Davis Cup match before completion of first Page Single Taxers threaten bolt if third party nominates La Gaston Means activities as German apy under Capt BoyEd aired in Chi cago court in King will Lieut Gov Cox opens his Western Massachusetts campaign for Senator Gronna of North Dakota 3500 votes behind NonPar in race for Senatorial Palmer says hell take stump for Prohibition ticket may be put in tho again this Fall as rebuke to Democratic and Republican General committee votes to continue the Interehurch World Movement on a greatly modified with Page Two Penikese lepers believed cured by use of oil from Tndm board of ex perts to determine about Julv Palmer declares he welcomes Senate Senate committee begins probe of Pal mer campaign George Curran files papers for Dem ocratic nomination to Senate in 6th where George Curran is candidate for potatoes roastins and Continued on the Tenth TODAYS CONTENTS om i1 financial 3 DENIES NEW ENGLAND Panic Artificially Created by Agenciesj Says Gushing of Coal Days Supply He Asserts TESTIFIES SNOW LAID PLANS TO SLAY HER By Poison and Says Wife Who Divorced Him Millionaires Woman Detective She Alleges Permanent drawbridge Household Department PttCTG 18 AmeHca the RlIRatan i vdtjion j endB Special Dispatch to the Globe July 8Mrs Addle Hubbard divorced wife of Ches ter millionaire patent lawyer of this city and New whom Snow Is charged with plotting to told Judge Harrison in Police Court this aft ernoon that detective forces had hounded her for years and threatened her She told In dramatic fashion of dinner parties in local to which members of Congress and the diplo matic corps were where it was plotted to place her in compromising positions so Snow could obtain from her the custody of her sixyearold whom he is allowed now to see once a weak by court Mrs Snow told of a confession that a woman detective made to Cole Pleads For Cars this Mrs Edna jointly Indicted with the wealthy law told Mrs Snow her former husband employed her and others working at her direction to encompass her destruction at any cost and Mrs Snow told the court that Mrs Acker confessed to her that one plan was to bring about her fall from the top of a high building or Another method she was the administering of but both she were abandoned In favor of a plan to drug her an automobile The Mrs Snow declared Mrs Acker had was then to be making it appear that she had killed In the This was WantsMaterial for Highways Willard Heard by Commission Says Northwest Is the Worst Off Continued on the DURING THE HOT SPELLS Father Johns Medicine strengthens weakened No GLOBE Next 3 Papers Combined During the six months ending June 30 the Globe printed more than twice as many want and classified advts as tho next throe papers having Sunday editions WHY Because of the excellent results the Globe brings on all kinds of Owing to the great demand for space in the Globe at the present advertisers will please follow tho direc tions printed below 1 We cannot guarantee tho insertion of Sunday Globe advts ordered on Wo will try to insert all advts except those listed below if they are m tho office before on 2 Until further notice advts under tho following classi fications must bo in the ofllce on Thursday in order to bo euro of appearing in the following Sundays Cash Registers Machinery and Tools Musical Instruments Tours and Travel Farm and Garden Advts for the Daily Globe must be in tho office before of the day preceding Order your advts for next Sundays Globe SAVE Every Dollar Deposited in a COSMOPOLITAN TRUST Savings Account another dollar working 24 a day j for rune in the ladder of Start an account with us Rate of Last Dividend Open Until Write for Banking by Mail COSMOPOLITAN TRUST 60 DEVONSHIRE BOSTON Wise Bees Save Wise Folks Save Money Interest Begins JULY 10 Last Dividend Beware Shod Cuts to Wealth The savings bank is the safest place in the world for your sav ings because it has nothing to do with speculation or getrichqwck HOME SAVINGS BANK INCORPORATED 1800 75 Tremont Street Boiton REVIEW GLASSES July 12 to September 10 for students who fulled In thalr College Board Examinations HUNTINGTON SCHOOL 320 HUNTINGTON AVENUE 1 2 All First Quality FOR THE PRICE OF Two 32x4 Two All Sizes Up to 87x5 atSame Ratio or All Nou8kld Gunruuteed 6000 aud 8000 COBB ALDRICH Bostons Loading or Three Generations 26 Haymarket and 10 Sud bury MAIL ORDERS UNION INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS 1805 216 Tremont Boston Monqy Goes on Intercit JULY 10 and the 10th of onoh Perma nent dividend orders and mall no oounta II to 18000 Lent Five M 1 f 4 aver OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLE By SSMON Tremont Trust A savings deposit is It represents toil and and often It should draw interest from the time of deposit to the time of and should be secure from Legislation alone can provide for The law which prohibits the payment of interest on savings from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal should be and savings deposits should be guaranteed by the Under the present a savings deposit is better than a certificate of or other time yet it is not all it would be with the guaranty of the and with the privilege of drawing interest from the day of deposit to the day of It is better than any other kind of deposit because the law requires savings to be invested only on highgrade loans and investments and has back of it a stockholders and is otherwise While a savings fortified in this is better than other kinds of de in view of its sacred it should be made secure against all con Guaranty funds of banks do not afford full and complete They are no stronger than the banks which invest Investments involve the human Human judgment and virtues are not always to be relied A strong bank is strong without a guaranty fund a weak bank is weak with a guaranty The best guaranty is none too good for a savings and the best is the commonwealth of The state guaranty of savings deposits will add to the prosperity of the state by attracting to savings institutions millions that are now hidden away or placed in wildcat and getrichquick These millions would be invested by banks in indus commerce and I propose that the following out its policy of guarantee savings In a bill drafted by me and filed with the clerk of the house of representatives provision is made for such a guarantee without expense or loss to the Some banking interests will say a state guaranty law is This is what they said about the bill to permit banks to pay interest and this is what they said when banks began to pay interest at the rate of Anythingthat favors deposi tors they brand as I they would rather keep control of the guaranty funds rather than let the state control The guaranty law such as I propose retains the laws that guard and restrict the investments and loans of savings and keeps the officers and stockholders to strict The laws governing savings deposits cannot be too strict and under a state guaranty law are bound to be even stricter than those we now The payment of interest on savings deposits from the time of deposit to the time of withdrawal is a further application of the square deal in A bank charges interest on a loan from the time it is made until it is Likewise a bank should pay interest on a savings deposit from the time of deposit until the time of practically a deposit is a loan to the A bank loans and invests These deposits earn its The depos itors should have a fair share in the and a bank should not have the use of money for a number of days or months without fully paying for A depositor saves to have something to fall back and to earn something by his toil and A bank should guard these savings and pay a fair return on for all the time it has had A deposit made in July should not have to lie in a bank until September or December to draw Some banks pay interest from the time of deposit to the time of Such deposits are not savings deposits and are not invested under our strict savings bank and have not the protection that savings deposits A savings deposit should be secured from all loss that the protection of the law can Even though it be a protected it should draw interest from the day of de posit to the day of The law I ask will give SIMON VicePresident TREMONT TRUST COMPANY 35 Court Boston By CHARLES GROVB3 July conviction that the people are panic without reason or over the supply of coal for this year and challenging that panic to out Into the open and justify Continued on the Third During the month of June the Globe printed more want and classified advts than the second Boston Order your Real Business Board and Rooms and Help Wanted advts for next Sundays Globe 18c Today 40c A year California Lemons Same same size than half the juicy lemons just ar rived from California For iced for all the uses you know for lemons at this JL 0C time of these are Dozen If you need 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