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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - February 26, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts                                vour V hewsaealer to regulate his Globe order by taking the paper Advertise yotfr Real Busi ness ChaneeS and Apartments in 57 Edition Closing Market Prices MONDAY FEBKUARY 1917TWELVE PAGES EVENING BY THE GLOBB NEWSPAPER CO PBIOE ONE GENT PRESIDENT IN ADDRESS TO CONGRESS URGES NEUTRALITY BRITISH TAKE KUTELAMARA LONDON Feb el Amara lias been captured from the Turks by British according to a state ment made in the Commons today by Andrew Bonar mem ber of the British War Mr Law announced in the House of Commons that as a result of the on the Tigris front all of GLOBE ADVERTISEMENTS PAY BEST TRY ONE AND SEE jFIDELITrailSTCfi I OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE TOWER A bank account is a warm friend on a cold day or a good friend at any If the bank account is opened at this bank it works for you in winters cold or We have always paid 4 on savings Interest begins 131 State Up Town tVach Sf Cor Of Hog OOU MARCHHRST Last day of Special Low Prices LEWANDOS Cleansers and Dyers 17 Temple Place 284 Boylston Street Ihone ordurs received March Istuntil ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Has always been paid by IIH INTEREST STARTS MARCH 1 United States Trust Keeoiirtos Kxneed 30 COURT BOSTON All In one bottle WARD 8 8SG17 The mont practical buttle of liquor on tun Try a 860 3Sc Your Dealer will eapply Santa BELLANS Absolutely Removes une package I proves it 25c at all the fromSunnai yat to Kut Amara have been se cured that the of Kut el Amaraautomatically passed into the hands of the TURKS IN FULL SAYS LONDON WAR OFFICE Feh 26 Turks on the Tigris River are in full re treat toward 24 miles west of says an offi cial statement issued today hy the British War The fleeing Turks are being en gaged by pursuing British FRENCH BREAK GERMAN LINES WEST OF VERDUN Feb yesterday French detachments broke Into the Ger man lines near VillesurTourbe 25 miles west of destroyed a number of shelters and brought back prisoners and says todays official anj Two surprise attacks by the ono on one of our trenches north of northeast of tho other on one of our posts northwest of were broken We took Including one There was Intermittent cannonading at Home points on tho Yesterday our pilots brought down three German Ono oi these machines fell In our lines near in the vicinity of Rhelms the second south of in the Alsne the third southeast of Our squadrons threwnumerous projectiles on bivouacs and munitions depots near where a number of explosions were heard on the aviation grounds and hangars at the railways at and on railway sta tions at Boussewlller and In the region of FRENCH ATTACKS FAIL IN CHAMPAGNE DISTRICT Feb by Wireless to Say N unsuccessful attack was made In the Champagne yesterday by the it Is announced Following ia the account of operations on the FrancoBelgian front In several sectors between Armen tleres and the British reconnol teriner advances were undertaken with out In some instances these ad vances were attempted after artillery In others suprise attacks were South of in the the French made an attack without suc Between the Meuse and the Mo selle German reconnoltering detachments carried out successful In numerous aerial engagements yes terday our adversaries lost eight air two of them from the midst ol an squadron whichdropped bombs without success in the Saar 14 AIRSHIP WAS DESTROYED via Feb 20Four teen men were killed by tho destruc tion of the French airship reported in yesterdays official communication to lave been brought down by the Ger man defensive Additional details this Incident were given out lere officially today as follows The French airship brought down on Friday night was set ablaze by our intialrcraft It fell In flames near west of Saargemund In When it landed the ammu nition which U carried The consisting of 14 were RUSSIANS RENEW THEIR ATTACKS IN CARPATHIANS by Wireless to Feb Russians renewed their attacks Feb Wilson appeared before Congress at 1 this afternoon and asked for au thority to the United States in a state of armed to re sist the German submarine News of the sinking of the Cunard Liner with 10 or more was received here as the President was on his way to address Although without its grave possibilities added emphasis to the Presidents Continued invasion of the plain rights of neutrals on the high further sacrifices of American lives and the intolerable blockade of American as effectual as if the country were at forced the President into the President Wants Peace President asking to be em powered to take whatever steps are which includes the arm ing of the convoying of mer chant vessels by or what ever steps are made it plain again that he wanted but not at the price of American lives and rights or by driving the Ameri can flag from the Congress is expected not only to authorize the President to use the armed forces of the but also to provide Proclaimed Once Before Once in the infancy of the a state of armed neutrality was proclaimed to check predatory violence upon American in the war between France and Bng THE WEATHER United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its vicinity probably rain tonight and Tuesday followed by clearing and colder strong to high westerly For Southern New England Probably rain tonight and Tues day colder Tuesday southwest shift ing to For Northern New England Rain or snow tonight cloudy and much colder shifting to For Eastern New York Rain colder in north and west portions Tues day cloudy and much colder southwest shifting to northwest Temperatures at 8 a m 12 lowest last niqht i below Block 40 38Wash 40 44 Mont 21 below Highland 8am AVind south 32 cloudy south 16 cloudy Nantucket inches tem 38 wind 28 part ly forecast Prepare shipments north during the next 30 hours for tem peratures of 10 to 15 15 to 20 20 to 26 Boston find Its 20 to Boston 8am Barom Inches 30 high est 27 lowest last 21 wind 16 cloudy Jl The Temperature Today The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m ua follows a in G a m UUU 40 40 II 1U1T 28 SI but it did not result actually in a declared war for the United Whether another armed neutrality will mean war depends on whether Germany realizes that the United States is ready to protect its neutral rights by whatever means are neces With a full realization of the so lemnity of the occasion President took his action today with the calm confidence that Congress and the country will stand behind The grim faced body of Senators and Representatives who less than a month ago heard the President pro nounce the words which announced a severance of diplomatic relations with act which in all the history of first class Nations al ways had led to today in tense silence and grave attention the words Which carry the American republic a step farther in its stand nst ruthless sacrifice of neutral rights and a step nearer if it must Address Began at 1 P M President Wilson arrived at the Capitol just before 1 p and promptly at that hour stepped up to the clerks desk in the hall of the where both branches of Con meeting in special joint ses were assembled before He spoke as follows Gentlemen of the Congress I have again asked the privilege of ad dressing you because we are moving through critical times during which it seems to me to be my duty to keep in close touch with the houses of so that neither counsel nor action shall run at crosspurposes between Todays official I 8 V To Disregard Promises On the 3d of February I officially informed you of the sudden and un expected action of the Imperial Ger man Government in declaring its in tention to disregard the promises it had made to this Government in April and undertake immediate submarine operations against all commerce whether of belligerents or of that should seek to ap proach Great Britain and the Atlantic coasts of Europe or the harbors of the Eastern Mediterra and to conduct those opera tions without regard to the estab lished restrictions of international without regard to any con siderations of humanity even which might interfere witji their That policy was forthwith put into It has now been in active exhibition for nearly four Its practical results are not fully The commerce of other neutral Nations is suffering but very much more severely than it was already suffering before the 1st of when the new policy of the Imperial Government was put into We have asked the cooperation of the other neutral Governments to prevent these but I fear none of them has thought it wise to join us in any common course of Our own commerce hau is rather in ap 14JUUUUIU41 Ut JutlUli because American ships have been Two American Ships Sunk Two American vessels have been theHousatohic and the Lyman The case of the which was carrying foodstuffs con signed to a London was essen tially like the cease of the in the Ger Government admitted the liabil ity for and the lives of the as in the case of the were safeguarded by reasonable The case of the which wa carrying lemon box staves to Paler disclosed a ruthlessness o method which deserves grave con but was accompanied by no circumstances which might no have been suspected at any time in connection with the use of the sub marine against merchantmen as the German Government has used Tying Up of Our Shipping In the situation we find ourselves in with regard to the actual conduct of the German submarine warfare against com merce and its effects upon our own ships and people is substantially the same that It was when I ad dressed you on the 3d of February except for the tying up of our ship ping in our own ports because the unwillingness of our shipowners to risk their vessels at sea without in surance or adequate and the very serious congestion of our commerce which has a con gestion which is growly rapidly more and more serious every This in might presently ac in what the new German submarine orders were meant to so far as we are We can only that the overt act which I have ventured to hope the German commanders would in fact avoid has not LAGONIA tuuttuuetl uu the KJfth 40 3J SI 61 idly keeping to their borne ports than German Instructions But while this is happily it must be admitted that there have been certain additional indications and expressions of purpose on the part of the German press and the German authorities which have in creased rather than lessened the im pression that if our ships and our people are spared it will be because of fortunate circumstances or be cause the commanders of the Ger man submarines which they may liappen to encounter exercise an un ixpected discretion and rather than because of the instruc tions under which tfcose commanders are It would be foolish to deny that the situation is fraught with the gravest possibilities and No thoughtful man can fail to see that the necessity for definite action may come at any if we are in and not in to defend our elementary rights as a neutral It would be most imprudent to be Congress About to End 1T ft o ri unmindful of fant that Feb Cu nard Line steamship of tons which sailed from New York Feb 18 for has been The survivorsaresaid to number They will be landed LACONIA SAILED WITH 100 7 AMERICANS NEW Feb 26 The Cunard Liner Laconia sailed from New York on Feb 18 with 100 among whom were seven The Laconia was one of the largest vessels of the Cunard fleet and the largest thus far sunk since the new German submarine warfare com The Americans aboard were Miss Phyllis New York Arthur N J Mrs New York Gibbons of the Chicago Mrs Mary Hoy and Miss Elizabeth Hoy of There also one Ameri can in the second class Rev James Wareing of New making a total of Eight passengers who were aboard the HollandAmerica Liner which returned to port to avoid the danger of the submarine sailed on the The Ryndam reached New York just before the Laconia None of these wore The Laconia was commanded by Capt Other officers were chief and First cabin passengers totaled 33 and second cabin The crew num bered There were no steerage Twenty all native were members of the crew of the La Vessel Reported Today as Sunk and Totals Since Feb 1 8IxilH Tounuffo Previously Tola Since Feb Of the 175 ehips thus far reported sunk since Feb two were 48 of other neutral 108 British and 17 of other wife of Lieut Col Frank United States Coast com of Fort du on the Delaware below this was a passenger on the She was on her way to England on CUNARD LINE HEARS ONLY ONE LIFE WAS LOST NEW Fell 26The Cunard Line announced at m that they had received continuation froan the British Admiralty of the destruction of the and that the advices stated there was only one casualty thus far The ship was torpedoed the line lust TORPEDOED WITHOUT SAYS LONDON Feb is stated au hentically that the Lacoaia was tor pedoed without LOSS OF 5000 SACKS OF UNITED STATES MAIL NEW Feb 26 thou sand sacks of Christmas Club WILL CLOSE Next Saturday Night On account of the large number who are making we have decided to keep the 40 weeks HP COSMOPOLITAN CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB Open or this week only Start an account any day THISWEEKFromSO Cents to Five Cosmopolitan Trust DEVONSHIRE STREET BOSTON IMPORTER GOWNS 227 Dartmouth Street Reduction 5ale uu Fifth or M p mi w v itiuti i v i I lit 1 til nna A rKtjaereucn Feb 1   

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