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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 14, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts V1 T The Globe ia the Best Real Etiate Medium in New Globe Advta Make Be Sure to Or der Your Advts for Sat and Sundays Globe iVOL LXXXVIINO 14 JANUARY 1915FOURTEEN PAGES 3O aiser attle of Soissons SEES TROOPS Forces Capture Number Germans Push Back Russian Center by Wireless Telegraphy to Jan Wil liam was present in person during the spirited battle on the Vregny to the northeast Soissons i two hours motor ride of which resulted yesterday in that elevated ground being cleared of the and which is de scribed in the German official state ment given out this afternoon as a brilliant Ieat for our In this engagement the Germans claimed to have captured 14 French officers and 1150 FURIOUS FIGHTING IN RUSSIAN POLAND via London Jan 14 fighting has beenresumed Business For Sale Real Estate For Sale Advertise in the ADVTS SATURDAY ANDSONDAY Help us out by ordering your advts for FRIDAYS SUNDAYS GLOBE Display The Globe offers you the best advertising medium in Eng It Pays To Advertise In the Globe Read the advts in todays Make sure of your copy of next Sundays Globe by ordering it in In Russian The Russian force in the north which are pushing toward East in the region near have captured a ber of In the center the Germans hav made four within th last 48 They forced back th Russians and occupied considerabl Important bodies of Russian troop have pushed northward from Wai saw in the movement toward th western end of the East Prussia They have reoceupied number of villages between Mlaw and hitherto held by th In the at the junction o he Bzura and Rawka wher ghting has been in progress fo nore than a the German ave begun a new movement of grea Their activity centers alpn line to the east of Sochaczew an It is here that they have mad our distinct efforts to advance dur ngthe last two Following a urious artillery action the Germans ccupied the district to tlje northeast f including the towns of Bin Skupi and These posi ions are three or four miles south west of Sochaczew and five miles ast of the from which posi ions they were reported officially o have been driven out at the point f the The occupation by Turkish troops f the Tabriz district in Northern ersia derives its strategic import ance from the fact that it carries with it Turkish control of highways tnd railroads leading to the Russian These which pro ide the only practicable routes hrough are owned and man aged by either the Russian Govern nent or Russian which Continued on the Eighth OPE MAY CEASE TO BE PRISONER Of THE BESS DRANK TJJOMUCH Remark of Witness POPE BENEDICT Who Is Thinking of Going to the Earthquake if to Aid the SAMUEL CARVER SURRENDERS Chafed With Theft of Was Threatened With THE United States Weather Bureau forecasts For Boston and Its vicinity Fair tonight and Friday somewhat warmer Mod erate easterly For Southern New England and Eastern New York Fair to night and Friday slightly warmer to Moderate east to southeast For Northern New E n gland Partly oloudy tonight and Friday somewhat Moderate east to southeast Temperatures at 8am Me 2 above zero 8 Burling 22 12 N H 14 82 New 32 Wash 32 Boston 8 a in Barome Inches 24 high est 33 lowest last 22 48 percent wind sever The Temperature The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p in as follows 1914 191 3n 7 26 8 a 23 9 a 2 26 12 m 10 3 1 p 11 3 2 p 12 3 4 l U 36 Samuel Carver the Carney Building indicted by the Grand Jury last week for the alleged larceny of surrendered at Police Headquarters at this and was formally placed under arrest by Inspector Silas Carver did not surrender until In spector Waito intimated that he was going out to arrest The lawyer had agreed to surrender himself Tues and failing to do promised that he would appear at Police Headquarters yesterday During the late afternoon and early evening yesterday larver was in communication with leadquarters frequently regarding giv ng himself and made at least three The night slipped by vithout He was given to understand today that the detectives would goalter In the indictment returned by the rand Jury he is charged with the of from Julius Rotten the North End on May and from Lewis a Car ney Building money Dec It is alleged that he borrowed this money in mortgaging Reservoir at 18G21870 Beacon on the Brookllne Boston It is asserted that in borrowing the from Rottenberg he represented hat the big apartment house he owned was it Is was not the After getting the money from It Is charged that he Induced Levy to give him the waking the same According to the police Carver oHyi nally had a first mortgage for on the property and a second mortgage for He assigned the second mortgage to Susan Demmon of Dedham for Under the law It was illegal for liim to try to borrow any further on the It is that he Juno was the date of the trans action with yie Dedham A complaint was made by and Mrs Fanny widow of Julius who died since he advanced the money to Dlst tier placed the evidence before the Grand Jury and the indictment against Carver Carver is well known about He hus been practicing several years and u few years back was Interested in un aviation meet held at Postmaster Greets Ball Manager Hughey Jennings of Babbitt Eddie Ben Smith and John Dooley called at the Postofflce this forenoon to pay their respects to Postmaster who Is a baseball He was but the visitors wore entertained by Sec They met Deputy United States Marshal who is one of the original rooters of the The postmaster returned In time to greet the WILLIAMS GIVES BAIL AND IS RELEASED Leonard Williams of who was arrested Tuesday on a criminal libel charge with Harold edi tor of a Cambridge weekly se cured ball this morning and was released from the East Cambridge ExDlst John rliggins appeared for Williams and Carew before Judge Irwin in the Superior Court and secured a reduction In ball from J2COO to It King Says He Told Defendant of Marriage BrotherinLaw of Miss Ryan The RyanMansfleld breach of promise case waa resumed In the third session of the Superior Court this Henry the was In court Yesterday attorney appearing for Miss was where Mansfield The session today was delayed be cause of an automobile Mr Coakleys car broke the court was Attorney Coakley tele phoned the and the court held up the trial till he Miss Mabel the trained nurse from New was again on the She repeated her story of the trip which Mansfield and Miss Ryan to the Army and Navy football She understood that Miss Ryan took a dress suitcase with but she see it She repeated her testimony of day as to Miss Ryans stopping at the Nurses Home In New York in 1907 and The In reply to said that she had refreshed her mem ory of the events of these years by the socalled Mansfield letters at theoffice of Mr Inquired About The principal witness of the day was Henry brotherinlaw of the He said he lived at 94 Smith West Conn was superlntend nt of the New Haven Clock and had 1600 men under He told of Miss Ryans visits to his home and of Mansfields coming to West Haven with In my talk with witness I recalled how good Bess referring to the plaintiff had been to her To this the witness said that Mansfield I know all about Mr King told of a visit he made to Ferncroft in when Miss Ryan wop Mansfield said he was aw fully he The witness said that the question of marriage was brought is expected Carew this will lie bailed late MISSING MAN MAY HAVE RELATIVES IN BOSTON Supt Pierce of the Police Department received a letter this morning from Charles chief officer of the United States dredge moored at the foot of 33d tellingof the mysterious disappearance of Robert a seaman attached to the He hua been missing n The writer said that Linton had live Henrj and and that some of them were supposed to reside In this anc asked tne superintendent to try and ocate The United States authori ties are anxious to learn what became of Linton and want his relatives to know that he is Objected to I asked him what he meant by tell ing me he was going to marry and why he had brought her to this where I had seen the things I had I asked him further why he had not kept his promise to marry The witness said that in reply Mans field had said that Bess drank too If it hadnt been for this I would have married her long witness said Mansfleld All this conversation took ac cording to the after the doctors hold told him that Mansfield and Bess were not SNATCH THIEF GIVEN SUSPENDED SENTENCE Patrolman Fred Allen of Division fired three shots from his revolver at Nathan Waterman after the latter is alleged to have from Fred Hipkins at the Dover st station of the Jan and even then the fu gitive refused to Allen pursued Waterman Into a house on Laconla where his sister and found him hidden under a Waterman was found guilty by Judge Murray in the Municipal Court today and given a suspended sentence of six n and AVEZZANO TOWN HALL AND VIEW OF PUBLIC WHERE SURVIVORS TOOK Loss of Property Also H sgr H Heart of Italy Jan 14 A news agency dispatch from Rome says that a further distinct earth shock was felt in Rome about 3 oclock this In several quarters of the city the people fled from their houses into the open j ITALYS IASI GREAT MRTHQUAKE In Sicily and Jan every as additional and more accurate details are the horror of yesterdays earthquake threatening to place it second in the ist of similar catastrophes in Europe only to the Messina disaster of The list of dying and injured has increased by leaps and bounds from a relatively small figure last night to more than according to an official announce ment and it is expected this number may be added to before the day is The full extent of the property loss has hot yet been Here in Rome priceless century old and structures for have been the mecca of all have been destroyed or OUTLINE MAP OF CENTRAL SECTION OF ITALY AFFECTED BY THE The Shock Wap BerlouBly Felt In the Towns Fallen Fined disturbance in the dining room of the Tennis and Uactiuet Club between two resulted in the appearance before Judge Murray in the Municipal this of Thomas Pallon of 259 Silver South He waa charged with committing an assault upon John Keul of 15 Lawrence an other Judge Murray fined Fal lon He List of Places Most The towns of San Antrosano and Castronovme have been practically San Co Castel Pagliotra and Sorbo sustained serious Santi Poggio San San Car Peraoluco and Trasacco were all more or less Every one of these towns shows a casualty Order your copy of next Sundays Globe in Arrange to have the Daily and Sunday Globe regularly In your CASTLE SQUARE HOTEL Chandler and Herktlej EUROPEAN Huston Hotel LtBHtuft Three blocks from thu Back Buy titullona of the and ii EieclrkH direct to iinu from nil railroad Btutlotiti and Btoutiiliout ICvery Jiooni HUN ll 1rlvute Iluttl Tiliphoue In ljuull F1KSTULAKS AM 00 tilntflo private for ouu pur 100 double prlvutu for two per 350 double alcovtt vato for two and per Nothing UagBHga trunitforroct LAUGH VARIETY FROM 26c to Ud Hrnd 1oxtnl for V Area Exceeds Though the loss of and possibly the amount of may be smaller than it was in the area of the disturbance greatly exceeds the Messina and covers the whole central portion of continued on the Third
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