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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - June 5, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                fie autttja tuLVBybiir Eeal Mines Snauner IVts In tomorrows1 Read Tomorrows Globe Evening VI VOL LXXXVIINO SATURDAY JUNE IQIBTWELVE PAGES CO PRICE ONE EVENING x GERMANYS ANSWER TO MUST ON ENGLAND Airships Yisited the East and Southeast T Bombs Thrown at Several Places Little Damage GLIGMAN IN JAIL COULDNj GET BAIL Result of Drug Raid by the Revere Accused of Having Opium and Codeine in His June airships dropped bombs on the east and south least coasts of England last Little j damage was done and the Casualties apparently were The bombs were thrown down at several different places which have toot as yet been This information is contained in an emeiDer to call early with your advts for tomorrows and the Dally Globe Business For Sale Real Estate For Sale More Help Wanted Cottages To Let Poultry For Sale Advertise In the Arrange to have the Daily and Sunday Globe while away on your va Order your Sunday Globe in ft official statement given out in Lon don FIVE MORE BRITISH CRAFT SUNK BY THE GERMANS June Little of has at with the crews of the trawlers Horace and Economy on these two ships having been by the A German submarine stopped the three trawlers in the North Sea on Thursday and gave the crews of the Horace ana the Economy five min utes to board the Little After the transfer had been made the fishermen were sunk by bombs placed on board by the crew of the June steam drift of Peterhead the trawl er Strathbran and the sailing ship George and Mary all have been sent to the bottom by German The crews of all three ships were Michael Cllgman of 440 Ocean who was arrested yesterday at his home the Bevere police In one of he biggest drug raids in the history of he charged with having drugs n his was arraigned in he Chelsea District Court this morning Special Cut There are threeseparate hat ha had opium and co deine In his The trial was continued until June 2 and bail placed at on each As he unable to secure ball he was committed toCharlesat When the police searched his room time of arrest they found nearly worth of narcotics eadtng the police to believe that he conducted a distributing agency for The United States authorities also hold a warrant for Cligmans ON POINT OF Report Regarding Clerks In Employ of the New Haven and the New England Who Belong to NEW June was learned today from a reliable source that the clerics in the employ of She New Haven Railroad and the New England who are members of the Brotherhood of Railroad are on the point of A strike ballot setting forth the grievances of the Brotherhood was nailed to all members the Union on May 3 by the joint board and the result of the which has ust been shows that 98 per cent of the 2000 members of the organ zation voted to NEW GERMAN DRIVE IN FRANCE OR BELGIUM June for a new German assault on the western front are reported to be under It Is believed in London following the fall the Germans may undertake a seri ous offensive movement in France or Along the western end of the north of reinforcements have been brought up by the Germans and the Allies have been driven from some positions gained in the recent KING CONSTANTINES CONDITION GROWS WORSE via June nouncement was made today that King Constantino of Greece has had a change for the worse and that an other operation will have to be per formed upon The operation will necessitate the removal of one or more of the Kings The temperature of the patient last evening was pulse and respiration King of Greece has been suf fering from pleurisy for He underwent an operation the latter part of after which he suffered a Continued on the Xhlrd PRESIDENT IS Conference In New NEW June confer ence which was begun several days ago n an endeavor to settle alleged griev ances entertained by the Brotherhood of Flailroad Clerks against the manage nent of the New New Haven and Hartford was continued to with Patrick Gilday of Morris and Clinton of N conciliators named by Secretary of Labor NOTE ALUMNI TRUSTEE1 OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY N June Alumni Association of Syracuse University to day elected the Rev Van pastor of the Church of the alumni trustee of Syracuse Uni versity for three THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its vicinity Fair to night and Sunday moderate easterly For Southern New England and Eastern York Fair to night and Sunday moderate northeast For Northern New England tonight and Sunday light va riable mostly Temperatures at 8am BO G4 New 60 62 Boston Observations at 8 a m Ba ES highest temperature 62 lowest last BO 66 percent eight miles weather partly Highland 8 a m wind seven miles north 10 The Temperature The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to la m ab follows 8 6 a 58 1 p 2 p 8 p 1014 57 55 68 68 68 68 ins 6 51 8C 66 61 68 46 Expected to Complete Work ol State Department Will Then Forward It to COUNT BERNSTORFPS EMISSARY TO GERMANY June Wilson was today putting the flnish ng touches on his latest note to Ger many concerning the sinking ofthe The President was expected to complete the work of revision during the The note will then he sent to the State Department for trans mission by probably tonight or to Ambassador Gerard at who will in turn present it to the German Foreign President Wilson returned to the White House toward noon after a brief outing and gave his attention to putting the note Intofinal While Its main principles were ap proved at the Cabinet session the President today had not com pleted its exact Officials did not know exactly how emphatic its terms would but the general impression in Exequtive quarters is that it was phrased such a way as to admit only of an affirmative or negative answer to the query of the United States as to Germanys to exercise the right of visit and when encountering unarmed mer chantmen on the high Secretary Bryan would only say that when the note actually goes forward to Berlin the fact will be made When the note itself would be he he did not No New There is weakening of this Governments demands in no surrender of the championing the rights of neutrals in the but dignified firmness and calm re straint prevail in the White Excited haste has been checked by the Presidents masterly grip on both himself and on public opinion of the No public announcement regard ing the of the note will be made before it is in the possession of the German In the most direct and concise form the note frankly meets and answers most of the arguments presented by Germany in Its reply to the first note sent by the United States and disposes of the misap prehensions contained in the Ger man note will contain no new prop Its purpose being to obvi Conttnned on the Second EXPLOSION OF CHEMICALS Followed by Fire at 166 Summer PlateGlass Windows Blown Into Street and Goods Hurled One in Place at Early this morning a flre followed an explosion of the character of which was not determined at the on the first the fivestory brick building at 166 Summer corner of occupied by the WalkerRln tels Drug Fortunately no one was In the store at the and no one Was passing along the so no one was Three larne plate glass windows were iIown out Into street and smashed to small and the articles In the windows also wete hurled about belter after the explo sion the flames swept out of the win dows and UD siiles of the menacing the entire Patrolman Michael Sullivan of the Courtst Station was near at he sent In an alarm from box 1412 at a made short work of the Sergt McDonald Patrolmen Carnes and Dobbratz were detailed to watch the building and keep pedestrians from that side of the street where there was GREEN AND WAITRESS SHOT Latter Receives Bullet Wound lathe DB ANTON Dr Anton JtfeyerGerliald has started or Berlin to verbally to the Kaisers Government Ambassador von Bernstorlts conclusions as to the feei ng In this country regarding Germanys submarine warfare on neutral PACIFIC MAIL ORDER DUE TO FLUCTUATING RATES SAN June 5Paciflc Mail steamship officials ssild here today that an orfler reported last night from Tokio against booking freight from Ja pan to the United States more than one advance was Issued Nov Attention recently was called to It by because agents were transgressing The order was It was because of freight congestion and fluctu ation in rates caused by the European UMPIRE BULL PERRJNE DIED IN A HOSPITAL June BFred Bull former American League um who suffered a sunstroke In 1912 while umpiring in New tiled today in the State Hospital at to which he was committed more than year 4 ROGERS IS CAUGHT A7JERSEY CITY Charged of Samuel Junkman Was Killed in House on West Springfield Joseph 33 years alleged to e one of the two men who ago today robbed and murdered Samuel a South End junk In the msement of 110 West Springfield been token into according o a telegram ieuetved this afternoon by Supt of Police The telegram stated that Rogers was aptured at Jersey N The telegram stated that the arrest was made by Detective Thomas Towle of Boston Police Headquarters and Sergt Livingstone of the ISast Dedham st Police assisted by patrolmen William Doty and James at 04 Summit Jersey the home of Rogers The police believe that the capture of Rogers will result in the surrender of he other alleged Thomas who at 21 Rose was med into the basement of the Spring leldst house a week ago There 16 was his body robbed of and the corpse Several hours early Saturday Morris another junk who had lieen robbed arid impris oned in the escaped and notl led police of the two robberies and the murder of ALICE BY AUTO IN SOMERVILLE Alice the 8yearold daugh ter of Mrs Catherine McManus of 6 Giles was fatally hurt iy an automobile on Webster near Everett about John McGinnis of 49 Wal nut the operator of the ma was detained at the Somervlile Police The little girl Is supposed to have been crossing the avenue when the auto came moving in the direction of Boston and hit She was rendered In the police ambulance the child was taken to the SorrtervlHe but when she arrived there she was pronounced dead In the auto at the time of the accident besides Mr the were his Mr and Mrs McGtn nls and his thelaol threeof 13 Naharit Re WARMER SUNDAY PROMISED BY WEATHER BUREAU The forecast made by the Weather Bureau thta morning is for tonight and somewhat warmer with moderate easterly to southerly The weather thin morning Is generally fair throughout the somewhat warmer in tha eastern sec with a temperature of was the coldest in England this and the Allston Chauffeur Who The Crimes Is Walter a restaurant keeper at 1283 Newton was shot dead shortly noon todayby Charles a chauffeur of 23 giving his address as Grant Miss Ruby a waitress In the was chased up the street and across a neighboring when she was overtaken by Warren and was shot in the Warren drove up to the restaurant in his automobile and entered into conver sation with Migs Their talk developed into a which Mr the proprietor of the establish undertook to The chauffeur resented the and turning savagely on the restaurant he shot him Meanwhile Miss Stewart had dashed from the room and was racing up the After her chased the slayer of Mr who overtook in a short distance and shot As she fell on the lawn letter carrier James Fay hap pened along Just In time to reach the chauffeur as he was cranking up his Leaping on the let ter carrier overpowered him and held on until the police who took Warren in Miss Stewart was hurried to the New ton There it was stated sha was not seriously Miss Stewart came to the Green res taurant about six weeks ago and put to work and has been employed there ever Nothing was known of Warren until he drove up to the door in his about and began his altercation with the He is alleged to have placed his hand on her shoulder and as their voices grew louder he was heard to threaten was seen to draw an automatic re volver Irom his This thoroughly alarmed and she retraeted to the tear of the room and finally where the shooting Seeing that Warren was bent on kill ing the Green rushed to her assistance and grappled with and In the clinch Green was shot In the temple and died Warren at this juncture ran put into the yard of adjoining and made good his He chased the girl to the yard and flred two shots Into her Brother a Christian saw Warren and together with John a letter who was for merly a mounted policeman In New they located Warren at the cor ner of Pelham where he was crank ing up his Warren was detained until the arrive of Hartigan and Enegress who arrested and took him to the sta SUPPLEMENTAL ANSWER TOi RIGGS BANK BRIEF FILED June 5A supple mental brief of the RiggS bank suit against Sec McAdoo and Controller Uanw was filed today by Aeet Atty Gen In support of the Governments contention that the is em powered by law to penalize National banks for refusing to make special re On that point depends the decision of the which is considering the banks petition for a permanent injunc tion to restrain Controller Williams from collecting such All other re lief sought by the bank already has been STILLWAGGOH HELD IN BAIL Long Island Fish Dealer Has 10 NEW June a Long Island fish was held in bail today for Grand Jury action on a charge of having sent athreatening letter to Cunard Steamship demanding upon penalty of the blowing up of one of their Dlst Atty Perkins said Stlllwaggon had confessed authorship of the Although Stillwaggon was charged with having written only one Cunard It was had received1 14 such apparently by of 10 told i the familys saying that she had spent her last penny In ooin ins to She attributed her hus bands alleged act to his Tell your friends to be sure to read tomorrows Sunday Remember to order your advts for tomorrow Globe at the earliest possible Brattld Sq Boston SOO ROOMS par day FREE SHOWER BATHS SUNDAY DINNER Will be served June la Main mains Boom and S if A lliOO SOUVENIR to EVERY LADY JAPANESE GARDENS Hivymarhtt 2980 J REST AND 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