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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - July 28, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                Read the Real Estate in Todays Globe Tell your friends to read the Globes Uncle Dudley Evening Edition VOL WEDNESDAY JULY 1915FOURTEEN PAGES co PRICE ONE CENT j i ife EVENING OCLOCK PRESIDENT PR FANNER NOT AT ROXBURY HOME Police Fail to Find Body Thought To Be in EASTLAND JURY TO INDICT Mystery in Disappearance of Man Who Phoned The failure of the harbor after an allnight to recover any btydy from Fort Point and the at the house of Mrs The Best Medium 17 Walt of Dr Otto deepened this morning the mystery of the supposed suicide from the Summerst Extension Bridge at 10 oclock last These two circumstances tend to con fuse the theory that Dr Otto Fan ner nad committed suicide by Jumping from the bridge Into Fort Point Chan nel last about an hpur and a half alter the Globe was called by tel ephone and Informed by a which finally said It belonged to Dr Otto Fan that the young physician was go ing to commit suicide because of a dis appointment In The case Is one of the strangest with which the Boston police have dealt In several Hear Scream and It was about 10 oclock that a young who Identified himself as John or of 322 West 113th New and a whose Iden tity was unknown last turned Into Summer st from Melcher South Bos and started to walk across the Sum merst Bridge toward the South When they were nearlng the bridge they heard a scream and then a and when both men ran to the railing they saw a man struggling in the water be By a strange n his con versation with the the person who claimed he was Fanner admitted that he had a daughter living at 116 West 113th New which Is but a block removed from the address given by man and who spoke with a pronounced German I wno was described as being 1 young and of blonde clooelv resembled the telephoned description of wouldbe except for Dr Otto It pays to advertise in the Store Advts Advts Use the Globe to get the best COTTAGES TO LET BOARDERS WANTED FOR JULY AND AUGUST Advertise in the Use the Globe to sell Poul Real Tell your friends to read Uncle Arrange to have the Daily and Sunday Globe while on your the his Fanner lived at Continued on the Fourth THE United States Weather Bureau forecasts For Boston and its vicinity probably local show ers tonight or Thurs day light variable For New England and Eastern New York Partly cloudy tonight and Thursday probably showers not quite so warm on the coast light to moder ate variable Temperatures at 8 a m lowest last night Boston New York Washington Chicago 70 Boston observations Sam Barometer Inches 73 highest yes 78 lowest last 65 humidi 69 percent wind one clear precipitation since Sam Tues The Temperature thermometer at Thompsons the temperature up to 3 p m as 1014 inin Sam 66 67 6am 62 67 9am 62 73 12 m 63 78 1 p m 64 79 2 p m 64 SO 3 63 SI PRESIDENT OF HAITIKILLED Mob Removes Him FromFrenchLegation President Took Refuge There Witti His Massacre of Prisoners Infuriated PORT AU July 28A mob of Haitians today removed Vllbruq President of from the French where he took refuge and shot him to death in front of the This act of violence followed Immedi ately the burial of the political prisoners who were massacred in prison yester at the time of the revolutionary outbreak against President composed In large part of victims of this whole sale The crowd invaded the French legation and seized M the French minister to protested but he was power jess before the fury of the Guillaume was dragged from the pro tection of the Once in the street the crowd around him with aid shot him to Gulllaumes Body Even then the anger of the people was not The body of the President tied to the end of a it was dragged through the streets of the The people of Port au Prince are in a state of intense excitement and fur ther violence Is The arrival of the American cruiser with Rear Admiral Caper ton on is expected at any mo The Washington has been on the north coast of Glrard was counting on the coming of a cruiser to afford protection to the The following a day of passed quietly In all sections of Port au The population of the is highly indignant at the mas sacre yesterday of 160 political Including ExPres Orestes who were executed by order of Gen the Governor General of Port au when the rebels attacked the Presiden tial Palacej The together with members of his yesterday took refuge under the French flag after he had been driven from the Presidential Palace by the in an attack lasting several partially destroyed the Executive Attempt to Seize Gulllaume The attempt made yesterday to seize President Guillaume because of the energetic protestations of the French Last nights comparative calm among the inhabitants of the capital was the result of consternation over the reign of terror that has prevailed for several and which culminated in the as sassination of the political opponents of Gen it was suc Continned on the Fourth His Powers Under Statutes Are in Becker Preparing New Statement Asserting NEW is expected to be announced by Justice Ford today whether to grant a third trial to Charles Becker or whether to call before htm the condemned man and iiew to give evidence in support of Beckers ap plication for a new One of the main points that he had to consider was whether he has authority to grant a new trial for any other reason than those set forth in the He had to decide whether he possesses the inherent right to reopen any case decided in the Su preme Beckers execution had been set for Friday but it was un derstood today that if Justice Ford decided to allow Becker to testify in support of his application for a new trial it would be necessary to obtain another reprive for the condemned in the death house at Sing is said to be preparing a new to be made public only after his It was said that this was not a confession of guilt or but a reassertion of his in DRIZZLING RAIN ON 600 FUNERALS Black Wednesday in VON KEPT Beliel Crisis Will Be In tew River Italian ilrty Eastland Victims in a Single Forces Occupy flights The Alone in Rumor Reaching A rumor reached Albany last night that Justice Ford is certain to order a new or at least to decide to hear It was reported the information was given to Gov Whitman in a long distance conversation with a man in New York who is officially connected with the Gov Whitman would not comment on the but it was said he is willing to grant any request Jus tice Ford may make in regard to a and that Justice Ford will suggest a reprieve if he decides to hear Dlst Atty Perkins said he knew nothing about the Al bany Beckers friends believe that it he JUSTICE JOHN escapes the chair Friday he will begin a flght equaled for per sistency only by the Albert Patrick Becker Wants to Be If the court will listen to my story from my own Becker is quoted as having said in Sing Sing I feel sure he will be lieve What I have to say will go far more toward convincing Justice Ford than any affidavit or groups of affidavits If Becker has to go to the chair it is understood he will leave a long statement reiterat ing his and in addition will make a speech from the electric A new affidavit may be to Justice Ford which possibly would prolong the present proceed Beckers it is re found at the Hotel Clarldge Inquest Shows She Was Always 30 persons cither under arrest or detained as wlt official inquiry into the steam ship Eastland disaster proceeded today In an effort to fix responsibility for the which cost the lives more than 1000 Indictments charging criminal carelessness or conspiracy will be returned by the State Grand Jury ii the evidence presented to that body warrants such uncord Ins to State Atty Maulay It is that the coroners which may be concluded will result in the holding of several persons for the Grand Sec of Commerce Redflelfl was busy today directing the Federal investiga He examinedd records of the local Steamboat Inspection Service find con ferred with officials preparatory to be ginning the examination of witnesses Mayor William Hale Thompson re turned from San Francisco and held conferences with tho City Councils which is conducting an In While the various Investigations were in COO victims of the tragedy were being Auto vans and other vehicles were pressed into service to carry the The funerals were held in a drizzling It was Black Wednesday In the suburb of where the plant of the Western Electric Company is situ ated and where a majority of the vic tims Thirty funerals were held at one small The day was designated by Mayor Thompson as memorial day for the Eastland and the city honored the victims by closing all public buildings and the practical suspension of business In many Work of raising the Eastland was be It will be at 10 days before the steamship is placed on its keel again and the search for the missing re At noon the latest figures on the dead and missing were Identified S2G unidentified B Western Electric Company revised list of SIX EASTLAND INDICTMENTS WILL BE REPORTED TODAY July least six in dictments for responsibility for the Eastland disaster of last Saturday will be returned by the State Grand Jury according to an announcement by State Atty It will not be decided until late in the day whether to ask indictments on charges of criminal carelessness or of There is plenty of evidence for either Mr Hoyne The coroners it is will be completed late today and imme diately thereafter the State Grand Jury plans to go Into Explaining the taking into custody of general manager of the Indiana Transportation which leased the Eastland last Satur Mr Hoyne said Mr in response to ques July 28 Though the Germans now hold a great line from the Gulf of Riga sweeping southwest ward around thence encir cling the city and stretching away to the Galician near it is estimated they have lost men perhaps more in the most ambitious movement of the and the Russian front is not yet On the Narew north of the Polish the Russians have made a stubborn holding Field Marshal von Hindenburg for the time being in while to the south the combined Austro German forces struggling to seize the Lublin Chelm railway have been for days on tho threshold of success without being able actually to achieve their Fighting on this latter front has been renewed with great and the Teutons claim they have im proved their position on the extreme which is resting on the Bug Immediately west of Warsaw com parative quiet and it is along the LubllnChelm or in the Narew River that it is be lieved a crisis will bo Result of a Which one of these fronts is of the greatest strategic importance London critics cannot but the material point is admitted by all that a German victory on either front would mean the fall of The German forces in the Baltic provinces advancing along a front approximately 80 miles wide towards with a view to seizing the railway from Warsaw to are daily becoming a more potent factor in the linked up with the forces to the they give the Germans a front of 300 miles with which to effect a vast turning movement north of The troops operating against from which city they are only 20 miles are considered in the nature of an independent column and it is these that have come under the ire of the Russian AUSTRIA DECLARED WAR ON SERBIA ONE YEAR AGO One year ago today AustriaHuni gary declared war on Serbia and tie gan jthe great conflict in which th European Powers are still that travelers from tne United King dom to Scandinavian countries will not be permitted to leave this coun try on or after Aug 10 without spe cial permit from the Home This restriction applies to British subjects as well as to with the excoptton of soldiers and ITALIANS OCCUPY NIGHTS IN THE AIONE July via July 28 following official statement was issued tonight at the headquar ters of the Italian General Staff Jn the Aione valley we now are in full possession of the bights on the right having occupied Monte Lavanesch and the Pissona From points dominating the opposite slope the enemys artillery attempted to hinder our but without After a long preparation by artil lery of medium caliber the enemy at tacked with several detachments of Continued on the Second Sell your surplus chicks and poultry through the Poul try aclvts in the Globe make Coming to Boston Stop at HOTEL HOLLIS 24 Trrniont near the Common one LOG two persons with bath Bar Restaurant Music Singing Continued on the Second Continued on the Fourth Closer Check on Italian pains on the Cargo plateau j and French gains in the Vosgets Mountains are about the only de velopments in the other A closer check on possible spies is indicated in an official notice pub lished in England to the effect ANS a Absolutely Removes One package provesjt 25c at all permanent relief gained in many ciuui flven up as hopeless by tho uds of treatment for Stomach and Shin I MASSACHUSETTS COOPJSR4TI VJB 401 ilurtborouiih   

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