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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - December 5, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts                                Start Now To got your share of the Christmas Trade of the best clientele in New Ad liberally the Daily and Sunday Evening C Edition Closing Market Prices VOL 158 TUESDAY DECEMBER 1916EIGHTEEN PAGES THE GIvOBB NEWSPAPER ONE EVENING Women Heckle the President INTERRUPT HIM IN CONGRESS j Let Bom What Will You Do for Suffrage Great Ovation Given Wilson Before Annual Address WILLARD AND CARPENTIER to Go to French War Relief Fund Dec Exchange Telegraph Com pany says that War Secretary Lloyd George has decided Dec Wil Fon delivered his opening address to Congress today to the accompaniment ol a great demonstration cif fellcitaton on his in which many Repub licans the and the approach at heckling on the part oi After house and Senate had stood and cheered the President heartily and he had begun the reading oC his Home suffrage invaders in a gallery dropped ovor the rail a which they had smuggled in with them in a bore In bold1 letters the Inscription Mr what will you do for woman suffrage A page duickly snatched the banner from its The President smilingly looked up from his Out tontjniied his reading without hesitation or SOME Of THE STRIKING POINTS IN ADDRESS No Further Demonstration There was no responsive demonstra tion from suffrage supporters on the floor or in the and the inci dent passed off without further A policeman took up his station near the to see that they did not again violate the rules the The suffrage leaders gave out a pre pared statement explaining that inas much as the President made no refer ence to their cause In his they took of calling It to his at The Presidents address was devoted Jprlnclpally to recommendations for rail road It was brief and re quired jess than IS minutes for No attempt was made to detain the women hey left the Capitol police said hey were without orders to take any except to see that no further incidents were Alter leaving the gallery the militants were met by suffrage leaders and were Prolonged Applause for Wilson William Bryan and tnout of the Cabinet occupying reserved places on the led in the opening demonstration for Mr which was prolonged and In the gal leries Mrs Wilson and wives and daughters of the Cabinet members joined In the In the dip lomatic representatives of many and legations were in terested Galleries were packed when the Pres escorted by the usual walked briskly into the chamber and tool his place at the clerks man uscript in He was forced to wait While the demonstration went Kv erybody rose while theDemocrats and some joined in cheers ami Wave atttr wave of shouts swept the chamber until Speaker Clark pounded for The President milled and the demonstration he be gan reading his As he began reading the nuge yellow bearing in big black letters the Mr what will you do for woman suffrage was unfurled under the edge of the Who the Suffragists Were The suffragists represented the Con gressional Union for Suffrage and were headed by Miss Alice the Members said tilth flag had been put up by Mrs John Kogers of New Mrs Florence Bayard HiUea of Mrs William Colt of New York and Mrs Anna Lowenberg of Sirs Hllles is the daughter of the late Thomas Secretary of Plate under President Clevelands Persons in the far com manding a view of the say he looked up and smiled as the suffrage banner fell to the He continued his reading without The President rbfern i at the outset to his program of railroad Senators and listened attentively but without demonstration us he referred to compulsory arbitration enlargement of the Com merce As the President proceeded with rec ommenrli lions for other listening remained When he applause The who had dropped tin joined in The President finished speaking at Imperative necessity of earliest possible action on railroad legisla The President repeats his recom mendations for a larger Interstate Commerce with ad ministrative along the lines of a bill passed by the House and now awaiting Senate ac He also asks legislation in case mediation and arbitration K full public investigation of great labor controversies shall be pleted before a strike or lockout may lawfully be He urges Executive in case of military to take control of such parts of railroads as may be required for military use and to draft Into service their train The President asserts that the has authority now to grant increased freight if The concerted action of powerful bodies of men shall not be permitted to stop the industrial processes of the Nation before attempts can be made to learn the merits of the dis pute and toconsider all means of conciliation or I can see nothing that proposi tion but the justifiable safeguarding by society of the necessary processes of its very Other Important bills now before Congress which he wishes to see passed at this session are that per mitting greater freedom of combina tion to those engaged in promoting foreign the bill amend ing the present organic law of Porto Corrupt Practices act and fhe bill for promotion of vocational pnd Industrial He With genuine pleasure and satisfac tion I have cooperated with you In many measures of constructive pol MAYOR RESENTS GRAFKHARGES I Wants Pres Made to Prove Allegations Will Consult His District Attorney Should Act Mayor Curley believes that Prea ilenvy Hagan of the City Council should be compelled by Dist Atty Joseph Pelle tier to supstantlato charges of graft in the City Government which he made last night at meeting in the City at which Good Government Association candidates for the City Council were in At noon today the Mayor stated that he would consult his personal Daniel this the purpose of deckling what possible action snould be taken Pros I believe it is a matter for tin district Bald the aId I shall Mr Ooykley about male itiff Mr Mapan prove his The use oi the sliin creepy word graft Is not right unless a man can prove Of course Mv Hugan does not very much tlvU is Infinite as to specific It is a skillfully worded 1 have a copy of tin minutes of the meeting and Mr Hagaii will be asked to prove his 1 dont think such statements ol1 graft should be allowed to go He1 makes the general charge hue the city loses a year because of carelessness and and while the charge is not made direct ly against it is a charge the administration of which I am the and I believe it Is my duty to make Mr Hagan prove his Charges such as Mr Hagan made iiir Jure the standing of the and when people read headlines in the papers they are very likely to believe Mr Hagan should be made to prove EXCOUNCILOR WATSON ASKS TO HAVE HAGAN SUMMONED ExCouncilor James Jerry Wat son of 38 Thornton now a candidates for election to the today callcrd upon Dist Atty Pelletier to summon Pres Henry Hagan of the City Council before him tosubstantiate the charges of graft In the City Gov which Prcs Hagan made last night at the City Mr Watsons letter to the District At torney is as follows According to the Boston newspapers of the president of the Boston City Council charged at a public meeting of citizens at the Boston City Club lust where certain candidates were indorsed for the City that there is graft in our City Any responsible individual making such a charge publicly must necessarily have some few or to sub stantiate his As you are the prosecuting attorney for Suffolk I herewith call upon as a citizen and to sum mon the president of the Boston City Continued on p and left the House chamber to confer with Speaker Senators 8tfiue and ami poe of Missouri over the probable ap pointment of Kiinbiviugh a son of Senator United StaUB judge for the 8th Circuit Court of Ap Mrs Abhy Scott Baiter of the Congres Union explained the banner inci dent as expressive of the Indignation t hat women feel at the stupid and sense less opposition to granting the right of to onehalf the people of the United COMPLETE TEXT OF PRESIDENTS ADDRESS Dec 5 The Presl centB address In full follows Gentlemen of the fulfill ing at this time the duty laid upon me by the Constitution of communicating to you from time to time information of the state of the Union and recommerid irip to your consideration Buch legisla tive measures as may be Judged neces sary and I shall continue the which I hope Imp been accept able to of leaving to the reports of the several heads of the executive de nartmentM the elaboration of the de tailed public service and confine mjself to those matters of more general public policy with wliieh it Continued on the Second WIL1AHD Heavyweight THE WEATHER United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and Its vicinity Generally fair tonight and Wednes day somewhat colder moderate westerly For Pouthcrn England Fair fllghtly colder on the mainland Wednesday fair and colder fresh south to southwest For Northern New England Rain tonight fair and icolder moderate to fiesh south and southwest For Kasterri New Yorli South wind and cloudy In north portion tonight somewhat colder Wednesday fair and colder fresh southwest to west Temperatures at S a m N and S4 New 54 Shippers forecast Prepare shipments luring the hfXt 36 for temperatures of JO to 25 25 to CO 30 to 35 Boston and Its lowest about Boston 8 a m Barome inches 1ighest 62 lowest last 62 percent south 10 cloudy precipitation 24 The Temperature Today The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3pm as follows liir jMti 3 a IK K G ti il if It a 3J fG 12 in T M 1 p 42 60 2 P 41 3 p 41 60 NEW Dec Carpen heavyweight champion of and Jess worlds virtually matched for no decision bout to be fought in this city within the next two yvhlle the final signatures of tho pugilists have not been the verbal consent of both heavyweights lias been obtained and j they are now waitingfor tho of agreement to be forwarded to of from the profits of the match is to so to the French war relief and was on account of Ibis arrangement permission was obtained for the release of Carpentier from the French Final contracts for the contest arc exj peited to be signed by Tex Riekard the representatives of the pugilists here i within a few The date and xaee j of the have not been dellnitely but the battle probably will be staged in Madison holder of the heavyweight has been serving with the French Armv since virtually the beginning of tlni lie has repeatedly refused excellent offers to reenter prize as it ini for him to secure tho accessary ft was not until lickarl en listed the aid the members fit one of tin French relief fund committees the contest was made the con dition being that the promitor give this fund In addition to paying Car peiiUerH and training expenses for the This money has been put up in the form of a bonded and in return those interested in die fund have agreed to deliver Carpcntier in this country within the next few A personal contract with Carpentier is now on its way to whore the French champion is expected to sign it without No Profit for Carpentier It is understood that Carpentier has offered to box his expenses and has stipulated that any profits that may ac crue to him shall be applied to the yen oral uses of the relief fund in the same manner as any other Carpentier has not engaged ina prize ringbattle since After his enlistment he served with the French aviation and motor corps and has been sent to the rear at least once due to As a result of his Army train ing and campaigning he is reported to be in splendid physical condition and ready to step into tho ring after a short period of boxing Carpentier is not ciuite 22 years of but has had a most remarkable HUB He began boxing at the age of 13 as a and gressed from class to class as he grew older and took on He weighs about JlJt pounds at and is con ceded to be tho cleverest boxer and hardest hitter among European pugil His best as a include 1wo knockouts of Bombardier tho Knglish heavyweight cham Only Hitch Possible The only possibility of a hitch in the arrangements is a demand on the part of Willard Cor a share of the purse out oi proportion to the estimated gate j It Ibis develops it is Kick ards plan to match Caipcntier with the Australian middleweight who is understood to lie en route to this country at the present recently called Rickard to Chicago for a conference regarding the j proposed but his terms at that time understood to have been sldered entirely loo It is that the champion hat reduced his terms to about the same i amount be received for meeting Frank i Moran last which was should the pugilists will outweigh Caipentioi by M to1 Si pounds and wiil tower fully six inches above his French Notwithstanding these many boxing enthusiasts who have seen Carpetitiet in action abroad have expressed willing ness to wager even money that he will win They base thtir faith tin the Frenchmans terrifichit stunning gaiuiiitss and alil iiy to stand heavy BOXING COMMISSIONER AND POLLOCK FIGHT NFAV Dec the promoter and manager of champion Freuriie had a Splrftftd bout at j this morning in the grand conI course of Unxnd Central Station j with Frederick chairman of j the State Boxing Accounts of what happened Friends of Poli huk assei t that kicked Pollock in tile and that when Pollock took a punch at Wenck the latter yelled HH l Croniti arrested OMOlKiKS Frcpoli Heavyweight SUNDAYS OPINIONS Of A LOT Of PEOPLE IN CHURCH You make me trying to get the rich ducks into the church and passing by the ordinary You make me God doesnt look at any ones pocketbook or before he makes up his mind to receive The matter with lots of Gods people is that they have wriggle tails in their They get a little religious experience and wrap it up until going to card parties and drinking wine or champagne during the The church today has it all A lot of people in church were never give yourself to He doesnt care about Jesus Christ is not He is not hitting the free lunch counters to get something to One of the biggest curses of the church putting unconverted people to Youll find them in the Sunday among the among the trustees you can see them in the Onehalf the church scraps start in the choir If you are saved youve got to look at the unsaved multitudes like God Youve got to do what Ho did or get out of the If you have no compassion for sinners youre not His youre of the If you are not get down on your knees and I am a big fraud and a I see peo ple going to Hell and never open my Its about time that some of you church members began to think about uplifting What we see depends upon our of You cant sit around and play cards and then weep be cause Boston is going to You cant sit down and drink wine or champagne and look at God through the bottom of a glass and then weep because Boston is going to Get on your knees and see the sinner through the word of God and then There are some people in Hie church who cant even regard a cam paign like this as more than a scramble for Its about time that they were moved to compas If the preachers haye a yellow streak in them 1 havent found it and Ive been looking If they dont believe in every thing I say they t ave sense enough to keep their mouths Every church ought to tie an asylum for the a refuge for the the drunkard and the out If it is then tear down your If Jesus Chris should walk into the church Hed Get out of you old you old fourflushers youve been making My Jiouse a clearing house for and youre only a pawn on the Devils chess Srrmou full tm Pace 18 Remarkable Allocution at Secret Consistory Says Every Principle of Right Violated in Europe Dec via Dec his allocution delivered before the secret consistory here today Pope Benedict denounced the aerial bom bardment of open cities and con I damned all those he had defied the laws of God and man in the present The Pope said It is well to aside from the laws of that if even the law of man was at present and prosperity would reign in Eu If we neglect or disdain laws and discord is the sure re This is the highest social a result of ignoring this law we see every principle of right violated in acts committed in defiance of the laws of God and peacea ble citizens and even young boys taken from their homes to fight amid the tears of wives and mothers we1 see open cities and defenseless in habitants exposed to aerial and we see by sea and land nameless I cannot but deplore these crimes and condemn all those by whom they are The Pope concluded his remarks with a prayer as the new code of canonical law would mark a more tranquil epoch for the so also the time might come when the spirit of law might again be respect ed in the world and bring harmony and prosperity to the to War Sec Lloyd Georges reslgna tion was drafted after ho received an intimation that Premier not agree to the that the war council should be formed without the Premier at its Tho Evening Star says The political crisis is over insofar as it is a trial of strength between Asquith and Lloyd Asqtiith has There will be no resigna tions and a reconstruction of Government will not take The failure of the cabal was due to the the Labor party to support They would not support Georges plans on any and the plan therefore The assertion that the Labor party was standing by Premier Asqulta was COD firmed by George chairman the Labor party in the House of who said The party is prepared to see the speeding tip of the war and also IB prepared to accept a smaller War but I do not think it should bfl arrived at by the means Wo recognize the driving force ot Lloyd feel that in a crisis of this kind a proposal to overthrow the Premier IB not a proper policy ot one to be Rumanians Unsuccessful in Attempts to Checl Them BOSTON CARMEN As a result of the balloting yesterday of the members of the Boston Carmens the following were eleclcd the new board of olllcers for the union William president John vice president John recording1 secretary Margaret assistant SAYS THE ENTENTE HAS LOST fi both In the Tcrkvllle Police Court each made a charge of assault against the Pollock walked with diffi After explanation of the argu ment to Magistrate each man withdrew his charge and the case was The argument started over UKlease o Jladisun pcjuare Uiirdtn for boxiny by Wireless to N y The total losses ot the KnteMto in tho present war have been accDrdinp to iicureK out by the association for research into the soial consequences of the war of itioteii in an Overseas Nuws Aicncy sUUeuKiu Of this the ucency summary of the cirent Uritain hap Itussia Franco i0 Serbia Belgium anil tiu mania lUvurcK admit ol curious con the of Uelpiurn anil Hmnania arc tbreeiiiiar ttrs those of the and as in the losses only those of the first two vnOiithK these small Nations have in fact rinule saeri llces as large those ol the frivat Brilirh Italy has suffered already losses to ol those of the al though she entered the war 30 inmitliM I later than Gieai The French losses are three times aK i crtUt as thu British and form oncyujj teiof the total for the whole while the Itussian losses arc en times greater than the which com only H percent of the nl though in them trie of Uu Ca New fcftnith East liuliuns and are via Dec The Rumanians have been unsuccess ful iti attempts to check the Teutonic forces on the roads to Ploechti and says the War Office in to days official Tbe capture of another range of flights by the Russians on the Molda vian frontier is The official statement says Rumanian front On the Molda vian in the valley of the River Trotus and south to the val ley of the River engage ments are still We again captured a range of but the enemy is showing stubborn resist anceand attempting to restore lus position by In fighting is continu ing on the roads from TergovisLca to Ploechti and from Titu to Bucha and west and south of Under pressure of superior enemy forces which are incessantly attack ing the Rumanians the latter are re tiring Rumanian attempts to check the enemy attacks on the roads to Ploechti and Bucharest were un The situation in Dobrudja is On the Black our seaplanes made a raid on UKvillage of Kara north of After throwing bombs ami tivinp on a bal loon the seaplanes without the slightest Simul taneously German and AustroHun garian troops recaptured by storm and handtohand fighting an im portant hight position lost during the preceding After these engagements there re mained in our hands on the Verch south of Tartar more than 100 men and five machine Eiucl on in the Northern Oituz Valley 350 prisoners and eight machine Army group of Field Marshal von Mackenscn The 9th during the pursuit of the broke the resistance of the hostileroar guards and crossed the BucharestTergovis Ooiitiiiueil the Second RUSSIANS FAIL TO GAIN IN CARPATHIAN FORESTS Dec by Wireless to N Russian at tacks in the Carpathian forests and along the line of the Transylvanlan frontier were made but did not gain tlio slightest it is announced Teutonic troops recaptured lost Jn Western Rumania the Teutonic troops are pursuing the defeated Ru inanUvnB on the front before Bucha They are across the railroad leading from Bucharest to Tergovis In the Danube lowlands Russian attacks were repulsed with heavy losses and the number of prisoners taUen hat been increased to HandtoHand Fighting The statement follows Front of Archduke Joseph Re newed Russian attacks on Capul and northerisl of liorna Watni and In the Trotus and Uzul Valleys were Sell your Used Cars through tlic the Olola offers the best in New England the sale of new or used BELLANS Absolutely Removes One package proves 25c at all druggists erfectly harmless Pleasant to take Acts like Magic Roxbury National Bank OPEN FOR BUSINESS MIS MliKliiitKtun STATION Banking Savings Christmas Club Ktiliill tour Franets niUltut Hiram ltv 1uula   

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