Boston Evening Globe, January 1, 1915

Boston Evening Globe

January 01, 1915

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Issue date: Friday, January 1, 1915

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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 1, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts theGlobe Wishes You 1 A and Prosperous New Year I 1 PAGES TfiK GLOBE NHWBPAPBK VOL LXXXVIINO 1 Gain of Nearly Circulation For over thirty years the Globe has enjoyed the confi dence and respect of During this long Globe composed of the best in all Mvalks of life in this have recog nized the Globes efforts to produce a reliable home news Owing to their loyal support the Globes history has been one of A This has been especially true during the year On February the Globe reduced its price on the Evening Edition to one the Morning Edition continu ing to sell for two THE RESULT A gain of almost copies per day ih the net paid cir culation of the Daily Globe and a Substan tial increase in the net paid circulation of the Sunday f Ohthis New Years day we wish to extend pur thanks the legion 4f 614 Globe readers for their loyal and con tinued patronage arid a hearty Welcome to the almost new families in whose homes the Daily Globe is now a wel We wish every Daily Globe reader a Happy New We wish Sunday Globe reader a Happy New We wish yoti all your share of the prosperity which is to icome during We thank our advertisers for their support arid patron age past atid wish them the best of everything during the present a pleasure tp us toknow that during 1915 we are ablii to offer them a better medium than ever The the advertising medium in New England for Many offers its advertisers during 1915 their share of the trade of almost hew Daily Globe readers and of many thousands of new Sunday Globe readers at substan tially the same prices per line that have obtained during the past The f allowing figures explain themselves ADVERTISING TOTALS FOR 1914 V The total in the foyr Boston Daily and Sunday for the year 1914 was NUMBER Globe Showing a gain of lines oyer 1913 2 American The above totals Include all of the advertising which was printed In the various papers during TOTAL AUTOMOBILE ADVERTISING NUMBER OF LINES Classified Classified Classified Herald Classified TOTAL WANT ADVERTISEMENTS NUMBER WANTS 2nd Paper Globes Lead Now for Globe Globe every your share to make the present year of happi ness in your home and prosperity in your Remem the Globe offers you the best advertising medium in New Police Investigate Large Sum of Money MissingHis Skull Was Smashed Capt Armstrong of Police Headquar ters has begun an investigation to de termine what caused death of Wil liam of 223 Paris East Bos whbse was In the wa jindera trestle bridge body struck within their knowl THE SUNKEN BRITISH BATTLESHIP MANSFIELD SAYS HE IS Cap t Armstrbng has reeelvea a f roifi the West which contains tant inquest on Wails death has been continued to Jan 9 pending the Associate Jus tice Charles Brown of the East Bos ton District who is the that Wall met foul Investigation by the Bast Boston po lice has iii the Wallhad a large sum of money with hinvon the daj before lie was Medical Examiner Magrath states death was due to a compressed fracture the caused he entered the The original theory that Wall was struck bv a train has now been aban The body was foundunder the bridge II he was struck by a train he would have been knocked to one At the request of the Supt John Sullivan of the trainmen of the Narrow Gage has questioned every one the All positively state that they no one on the that no u State Mansfield out this Iii To get good advertise In the Globe The Globe is the best Help Wanted medium In New Ihe iny name as candidate for appointment to any political office is wholly unauthorized me and been without knowl 3dge or consent every I am hot p611t Ical office Mr Mansflelds statement was the re sult ofa published report that he was candidate to succeed Gerry Brown as State of THE Weather Bureau fore casts For Boston and vi bin 1 ty Fair and warmer tonight and with mod eratevariable For Southern New Increasing cloudiness tonight fol lowed by snows Saturday warmer ex in extreme south Moderate northeast to southeast 1915 TODAY to start a Savings Account Exchange Trust 21 Milk 124 Boylston Loss About to Bottom by Mine Or Submarine in English Channel For Northern New England Fair except snow in North warmer Saturday local snqws and be coming south and For Eastern New York Snow in north portion snow rain hi south except fair in extreme south portion to night rising temperature wind becom ing southerly and Temperanires at a m 8 below zero 30 18 N and 8 4 6 Hart The The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 8 p m as follows 1914 30 8am Bam Ua in 22 12m 26 1pm 20 2pm 25 3pm 25 1915 20 20 20 28 28 28 US AHappyNewYeartoAII And a ReadyMade Resolution for Smokers From the Cigar Makers WHEREASVThe Cigar Makers Union stands for the elimi nation of child equal pay for men and woriien and for the general uplift RESOLVED shall smoke only Made Cigars and induce my friends to do the same I shall also advocate the purchase of Union Made Cigars by organizations of I may be a niember for allfestive this resolution I con stitute myself a Booster for the Cigar Makers Blue and a friend of the Cigar LABEL IN BLUE ON THE CIGAR BOX Jan German war of attrition found another British victim this morning and robbed the British navy of the but still bat tleship of the same class as the battleship which was blown up a few weeks ago off Apparently the loss of life on board the Formidable has been very as only 71 members of her crew are known to have been It is believed that about 700 were The hold out hope that others may have been picked The exact locality of this disaster has but the fact that it occurred in the English Channel recalls the circumstances that British ships have been engaged in bom barding the German positions on the Belgian coast and that German submarines on several occasions in the past have attempted to torpedo As in previous disasters to British the casualty list in this case includes many no fewer than 16 having been on board the The text of the bureaus statement follows The battleship Formidable was sunk this morning in the but whether by a mine or a submarine is not yet Seventyone survivors have been picked up by a British light and it is possible that others may rescued by other DESCRIPTION OF THE SUNKEN BATTLESHIP The Formidable built in 1898 1901 at they Navy She was of tons displace feet long and 75 feet and cost more Her complement was 781 She car ried four 12 0inch and 16 3 Inch with four torpedo and had a speed on trial of Her side armor was nine inch es in Her heavy guns were guarded with 12inch The Formidable was a sister ship of the Lon Venerable and also launched in 1898 and The Bul wark was blown up off COMPUMENTS OF THE SEASON AS EXCHANGED IN THE WAR ZONE On Christmas Day British warships and aeroplanes attacked dropping bombs into On New Years Day the by a submarine mine or sunk the British battleship with loss of about 700 ing to Constantinople advices which have reached here the Auatrlan and German Embassies in the Turkish capi tal are transferringtheir archives to Asia fearing that action is immi nent by the British arid French fleets against the Dardanelles and the it is are also pre Coutiuiied OH Fourth Order next Sundays from your newsdealer FORECAST FOB TODAY FAIR XHRGMtitEM OF TJB1E fcEW YEARS TURKS LOSE HEAVILY IN TRANSCAUCASIA Jan 1Dcscrlblng re cent fighting in which the Turks appeared to have the general of the Russian Army in the Caucasus in a statement issued last night says At dawn at Deo 80 we bombarded the village of near Sari which the Turks had defended obsti nately for three Afterward our volunteers set fire to a in an position in the while twp companies of the caalan Regiment a bayonet charge in the fighting the Turks lost heavily in amontr their dead being a gen We captured more than 20 officers and 1300 The conflict TransCau GERMAN AIR FLEET AGAIN SHELLS DUNKIRK Jan on the northern coast of was again bombarded by four German aero planes according to re Dorts which reached Paris during GERMANY HAS PRISONERS OF WAR by wirelessto Jah 1 total number of prisoners of war held In Germany at the end of the year amounts to 8138 officers and This Is shown In a summary issued from headquarteru whloh polntB out list does not Include civil ians Interned In Germany nor the pris oners taken during the pursuit In Rus sian Poland or those in Of the above total the French con tribute 3459 including seven and men the Russians 3D75 of whom 18 are and men the Belgians 612 including three and How to Utilize a Bank and the British Headquarters officers and men takes occasion to say that the report that 1140 German officers and men are prisoners of war In Russia is since this llsl Includes Interned Probably not more than 116 percent of the total are military It Is TEUTONIC ALLIES ARCHIVES TO ASIA MINOR via Jan Convenience and Safety To keep money in the house or carry it pocket is extremely You not only invite loss to yourself but place temptation in the way of Safety First in money matters de mands a checking When you consider also the wonderful con venience of can you hesitate longer to open an account with the October 1914 ASSETS Cash Ju Office and Banks Loans on Demand Loans on luTestuients Jlmerican Jrast LIABILITIES Deposits Capital v Surplug Undivided Earn 1 Ings 50 State Boston City Charlestown Union Safe Deposit Vaults The Small Account Today the Large Account Clarence Miller has today been admitted to membership in the firm of 4 s Plympton and Bunting GENERAL MANAGERS Ml Penn Mutual Life Insurance 24 Milk Bokton W1WL1AM MORTON BUNTING January 1915 i i ;