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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - October 15, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts                                S Help Save White Paper By placing a regular order withyour newsdealer or newsboy for the Dally pnd Sunday Newsdealers must eliminate unsold Evening G Edition Closing Market PRICE ONE OCTOBER 15 1917TWELVE PAGES VOL 107 Final CHARGE OF S HEAD PUT GERMANS POUND LAND BATTERIES of Oct Rapid progress has been made by the German troops which landed on dhe Russian island of cording to the official statement is eued today by the German War German warships shelled the Rus batteries and silenced gvorb Peninsula has been cut from the northern part of the German torpedo the state penetrated the inner ters between the Islands Oesel and and in repeated engagements pressed back the Russian naval forces into the GERMANS TAKE CAPITAL OF ISLAND OF OESEL Oct 15 German Continued on tlic sicconrt DEATHliAlOF DON DICKINSON Oct Don Dick JOSEPH Made Vim President of tlii Bethlehem Shipbuilding In order to expedite the construction Oct Dick Qf shipnmg ln tho plants controlled by Presij the stcel company dppt died his home I aft6r consuitation the Navy Pe It is announced the of its various yards will bo They will no longer be selecting Conducted as separate niB mm picked Don DicUin each with its own Son Io r the position of Postmaster Gen A new corporation has been Mr Dickinson was fore tQ jjo known as the Bethlehem Ship with its heudquar Mr Dickinson jeaxs of had been in poor health NHW pot story In da tail of the sixth game follows FIRST Demo I cratlc candidate for threw out the Fletcher came in behind Bon ton and took John Collins hopper and threw him McMullln sent up a weak uu toutfor In the Giants Leibold went into right field in place of John Rarlden wont out to Gan Perritt got a line single over Burns lofted to On a short passed Porrltt dashed and then ran to third when i threw him McMullln sent up a woaK throw got away trora Col foul to The stands booed Eddie to No Collins to tho and in response he singled sharply over Herzog took Jacksons slow roller and tossed him No one no In New Yorks Eddie Collins Herzog popped to No cue one EIGHTH was announced that the official attendance was For Eddie Collins went out to Jackson sent a hit threw Burns out at Burns hitting j mto for a Felsch fouled the flrst ball Horzog shot a out to Kauff made a corking gle over MoMullins the stands of Qandils long No one breaking into a Kauff struck j no errori Fabers wide curves being too much for New Yorki Kaulf filed out to Lei Full Score o the Game Zimmerman sent a long drive right into Jacksons No one no SECOND INNING For Felsch struck failing to offer at the Weaver threw Zimmerman robbing him of what seemed a sure McMullln threw Fletcher No no no NINTH the White of that Dicldn tern at son was a native of New York of thn Bethlehem Steel Com WAKEMAN Be Manager of the Fore River Plant whieh he kept around tossed Moi arty No no no president of the Fore River Shipbuilding became assistant to the general man when he was a small to become Bencral riuper McMullln 0r in the University of Mich FOURTH In the White So Zimmerman took Collins grounde Bet em Point Sparrows and the Union iron San tlie UIUUM AHJII i honors of a He his nonie in Detroit and be toVe the advent of the automobile was Considered the foremost citizen of that to have your Real business Chances and advts appear in to morrows and Wednesdays run vv ui viese plants will be known by their local the Hereafter the EBTERMSTEIiMSHlPLIllES Continuation of Service on tho METROPOLITAN LINE BEGINNING IS To lew York Via Cape Cod Buzzards Bay Long Island Sound SS OLD COLONY and NORTHLAND Leave India Wharf Week Days Only at 5 Business Mens Voyogo DE LUXE smpbundng Corporation accordingly willhenceforth he known as the Beth lehem Shipbuilding I ore KA number Pres Powells enfenantP who have loyally helped to make fa mous the reputation of Fore River will ko to Bethlehem with Among them will be Gerrish vice and general Pres Harrv Brown and Joseph who is in charge of the scrvifH Treas Hill will also he and goes to Bethlehem in the linanciiUdepartment of the Bethle hem Steel He he asso ciated with Vice Pres superintend ent of the Fore River Shipbuilding Cor will be promoted to take I charge of the Fore River plant with the title of Mr since coming to Fore River nearly three years I UKC has instilled the reputation which l preceded him and he has not only proved an exceptional hut he 1 lias won the conlldence and esteem of the several thousand men who have 1 eiSCll HLrUCU litmus tu UILUI iuu Ulu VV1IILC I third Gandil punched a slnglo j weaver got a single to left Schalk over tlw middle Horzog threw i fcuied to On the hitand I AVcaver Gandil moving to Fa AAeaver going I Zimmerman threw Sohalk making j o Fabers hunt was a sacrillce j a nice play on the Chicago was thrown Perritt to I No one no Weaver scored when Kauri I In New Yorks Schalk ran down dropped Lelbolds line drive close lo tho j the took roller and the official scorer giving Lolbold threw him taddieCoffins took Roln on Kaiifts ertsons smash and got his man at i throw to the Zimmerman threw Tjolke got a double against the left field McMullln One two one A little higher it would have Boria I the official scorer giving KaulT an i into the stands for a home Kddlo error on his throw to the j Collins threw Rarlden who hit the jn New Yorks Robertson claimed i first hall No one no the ball struck his hand and umpire j Klein allowed sending him lo j THIRD the White j Collins threw Holke out at Robertj Faber struck John Collins popped j non going to Kariden to Benton was employing n AlcCarty hatted for SCOTIA LUMBERJACKS CANT LEAVE THAT COUNTRY j JOHN N Oft bound from N S for are dotulniuvl in this Cunadlan Immigrant A Kent LiUitalnm declining to allow them to CHICAGO AB J Collins rl 3 Llebold rf 2 McMullln 3b 5 E Collins 2b 4 Jackson If 4 Felsch cf 3 Gandil Ib 1 Weaver ss 4 Schalk c 3 Faber 2 Totals 34 NEW YORK AB Burns II 4 Herzog 2b 4 Kaufl 4 Zimmerman 4 Fletcher ss 4 Robertson rf 3 Holke 4 Rarlden 3 Benton 1 Perritt p 1 0 fMcCarty R 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 R 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 BH 0 1 0 1 1 0 BH 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 TB 0 1 0 1 2 1 TB 0 4 0 1 1 2 0 Totals 33 8 PO 1 1 0 1 i 3 14 2 4 0 27 PO 2 2 2 1 i o 12 0 0 0 0 27 A 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 2 1 0 12 A 0 5 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 12 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 E 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 ior Heiilon in tith for In JHh Innings 12345678 0 0 03 0 0 0 0 New 00002000 i s 9 10 0 0 DEMOCRATS Important Conference in Offices of Hon Frederick Mansfield Struck oiil liv Heiitoii ly IerrlU by Faber Bases on halls Henton Perritt by Falipr 2 Hits off Renton 4 In 5 oil IjiHstii lilt by nttehed bull in 1 KobcrfHoti by Zimmerman toon uomna grmmuer w and threw wildly to the Collins the T JL i them are tit for military going to Jackson sent up a high lv fly to who dropped the Ilddle Collins dashed to Jackson holding first when Robertson threw to The New York Infield came in on the Benton took Felschs ground er and ran over to tag He tossed will return to Nova Scotia The men were engaged In Yarmouth j bv a Maine company with the consent j of the United States majority of the men h Maine In previous er and ran over to tag He tossed THREE NOMINATIONS to who ran alter Collins JKELY FOR MATTHEW HALE and chased the Sox second baseman u lmvt across the plate for a Jackson and Felsch scored on Gandlls single to Gandil wan thrown out stretching his Robertson to AVeavar sent a long fly to Schalk shot a Oct ar OI HO vj if i 11 majority of the men hnve worked in j rlvins here last night from the South j ruporl seeing the bodies of 0 Mexicans hanging to telegraph poles along the Mexican Central right of way between t Torrcoii and Mexican ofll clnlH say the bodies are I IIOHB of VII who n few days mo u BODIES OF 20 MEXICANS j fof ml3laklns u HUNG ALONG RAILWAY LINE Matthew Male wi throe niiininiitlons Tor Lieutenant Gov ernor tho ballot used at the election next HP During the f months ending rtept the printed Hvlp Wanted This more than printed the second Boston th Ilomocriili iinu Irolilbition nomi tn lom papers nominating him as a CorneU tee in the An important meeting was held this morning In conjunction with the cam paign of the Democratic State Comnnt of lion lreilerlck in tlifOld boiith of the necessaries of but hat no Governor he assert ng Unit if elected he would do It or I ml out why it cannot be con Mr Mansfield said I deny that he is Uiaptei 3t of the acts of this year gives the TO BOSTON HOTEL HOLLBS Tremont NKAK THE COMMON and with Private EXCELLENT BELLANS Absolutely Removes One package proves 25c at all In tnfuiu Of ol inis yeut wprp manned for the comins Governor whenever It seems GIANTS nans essary in his to seize three weeks ol the nf In the conference were Mr tor In Ins iu reiit I clothing and necessaries of lifeMn the Commonwealth of Massachtt i set Is and the means of distribution ol born in He worked his way through earning his tuition by working In shops In thereby early get ting closely in touch with the point of view of the laboring While j ill Mr Wakeman took the mei chanicfil engineering specialI O ixing In marine He found time for rowing and was L member of the Varsity crews of 58978 and It flAtmet bpo well1Mr ro Jelf be6 Marcus Coolidge of Hiclii vne old storage nrBtat1aiePtfmeIa Sfthe Anj Long of South and j KnBlandnow thanjhgr candidate are In clrcu hot single into left Red Faber Fletcher threw John Collins Three two two expires al 5 this More than W signatures have already been obtained and certified in as friends of Air Hale are In the Giants Eddie Collins took Kauffs roller and threw him Zim merman sent a high fly to John Fietcher got a hit off McMuIlins The ball bounced to who nearly had the New York shortstop out by a lineshot Ttobertson sent out HM long IIv to Felsch ro one no I as Dumoci itic 1 tiu tin I work the required numb of will probably lit talned In time Ior ob IT uiic tor Lltjuienani setts and the means OL Vlatthew candirtate io e R ives him power to fix Humphrey maximum selline price and if nec 3ate for Treasurer Hon i to distribute these articles e for Dr j In the meantime the reports from the candidate loi Government oliow that there is an e John Coughlln of Fall ilon of 15Q more foodBtuffTTn i Marcus Coolidge of RichI lne storage warehouses In New tITnn nniltnmeM one napolls prew which competed with several I lli UK let UU nu Ll lit u in t j tun year If foodstuffs are so much iiioro plentiful the prices ought to be Promoted Step by Step On leaving college he went to the Newport News and Dry dock where he spent IS He then entered the service of rf1 t Iii rr niuri LHV i unonv The conference of these prominent but instead of this the prices T rtpottled uuon the formation are constantly Gov McCall Democrats cieciuea upjn v investigate these conditions and tlnd nnmiiiittce who rt in na fav means of the tremendous power to him under that law exactly of a campaign committee who w active charge of tho Democratic ci piin this committee consisting nt Mr Mr Mr Tii tt l IBI He theni entered the service of Dr A linance com are the New York Shipbuilding i am j Mr Coolidge That fnf nVinut U iiFill innmKt JJt r IO II 1111 UllUtl LlltXl wnv the food barons are getting weal th v and the prices of food are mount itg whilf the cold storage full to the point of One year when Kngimo Foss a for Governor hu had three a i nominations for that He run i as a Doniocrtitic ive and as an and in liianif 11K Printed threi on the j tnder th3 PXlBtlni liow FIFTH iNNINGPor a will i disismatloiiB If he haw mure than nnv WHITK SOX Kauft robbed McMullln of a u ne nan uiuie uiiiu ia fast and getting his line Burns will be printed after took Collins easy Jackson struck at the flrst ball so hard that he fell down and the crowd Herzog then threw him No no no For the Holke struck out three pitched Rarlden making Faber pitch to the New or ip i where he remained for about 14 will consist ol Dr being promoted step the various departm through all a the tM ot Coolidge 1 burstliiKT That bill uives Gov McCall i i more power than Mr Hoover or MrGar j Two runSv om i lielil power than any dicta POX no WINTHEWARiVIEETaN Tremont 8 ADMISSION United States Artillery Band ooireinp HONORABLE JOHN BATES WILL PRESIDE SPEAKERS Governor Samuel War Governor Honorable James Beck of New York Author of The Evidence of Case and other war docu one of Americas most distinguished lawyers and John Douglas Adam lust returned from the trenches in France and a bpealcinpc Tour throughout England by invitation of the Government of Great in company with her Cabinet IwSeto all the full ot and the General Committee of which these bft true hat Qov i subcommittccK are a part and Chandler i not anything hut at leant hr ought M president of to and if he would only hcstir him i l iiiifi HtJirt 01 uo the Trubt Company These suhcom committee are to work in conjunction with the Democratic State and it is expected that within a day or two Important labor interestr i something about it the people at least These subcommittees and the teiiral know that he IH trying to help If am elected Governor of this Commonwealth I will start an investiga and If 1 tlnd that the food barons or two important labor interests are getting wealthy at the expense and also be engaged In the campaign work starvation of the Buffering of the poor in behalf of Mr Mansfield and the State i peOple of this Commonwealth I will them to full limit of the j MANSFIELD TAKES HIGH COST OF LIVING FOR TEXT people Ui mia n A IT prosecute them to the full limit of the The Governor could do thia if ho Why doesnthe do it Tonight the rallies under the auspices of the Democratic State UUOI UF VIIVU run RoVwand W Frederick Uemorratfc wlll and in Abington and ciimliclate for held in open North air rally in Itmberton KCI at 1 oclock I this und was listened tfj by an assrmlilae that ran well into j the especially to dec at high He addressed himself noon in the Sacred Heart Mary daughter of Mrs Mary Ql herii of this was married to Al bert Feroli of Brockton by Rev Ell Bar Ihe bent man was Felix Peroll of Brockton and Mlns Rose Giberti was cditorial which EII pearecl in a morning whlcii edi torially held that Gov McCall cannot reduce the high cost of living no Governor Mr Mansfield said that Governor fiir niansnelci saia mm VVS ij lie was willing to concede that Gov tlie MoCall could not cost They will reside In wniioit hatted for Jle also 1er becoming Burns forced Weaver to Kddle Rari den efalng to Rarlden and Burns scored on threebase hit off the right field The stands were In KaulT fouled out to no SIXTH went In the box for New and the first up for Perritt lost him trying to work the corners of the Felsch went out Rar iden to Gandil struck out on three pitched Herzog threw Weaver No no no n the Giants Kddle Collins took smash and threw him Fletcher sent up a high foul to Robertson sent a single into right Eddie Collins threw Holke out at No one no SEVENTH Fvhalk worked Ierritt base on 1 Faber struck batted for John He popped to who dropped the hall and then ran over to flrst and tcjched both who standing on the and the bag aB Leibold was declared out and Schalk was ruled as being McMul lln struck No no no The official scorer scored the play on THE WEATHER United States er Bureau forecasts For Boston and Its Vicinity U n s e probably showers to night Tuesday moderate southwest to west For Southern New KnKland Showers to Tuesday couler In Western Mas sachusetts and Connii Moderate west iVir VmtVin Nfv KnKland 1roljahly OL rain tonight and South becoming i For Eastern New York Partly cloudy tonight probably rain north portion Tuesday fair and cooler north portion fresh to northwest Temperatures at S a m 4C lowest last night 56 Ntw York 51 Chi The War Revenue Act Affects You It is widespread in its We will send this Act in its entirety in pamphlet form by mail free on or it may be secured at our banking AmericanTrusl Qiupang 50 State Boston City Charlestown Capital Surplus Union Safe Deposit 4050 State Dont Iny Liberty LJOIIU By CONANT OFFICE LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS Auctioneers FOUR COMPLETE MANUFACTURING PARCELS OF GOOD REAL ESTATE Not Too Expensive observations K a m I inches M higheH 1 lowest isl 1 percent loudy Th The Temperature Today at Thoniiihons Bpa ris the teraptraunv to 3 p m as i follows 6 a 11 1 p 66 ine omciai scorer BUUICU me Un 0 m w for and a 3 p 57 65 68 es Location Beyond Conditions THIRTEEN ftUNDRED AND SEVENTYEiOHT LOTS mechanical mu u peroent Two hundred and forty thousand lent of cholcr drlod and masoned 1r liuooJ lumber over ni hundred BnlsUtil Htandard curd unli tUlne cl much other corelative ptnuc Power ulant et nfrty of the Florence Company at All Is pledged to hlKheei tonn fide blduem et cbnolutc auction gale free tram encumbrance and upon favorable Urroa on the seventeenth and oo tlw clgbtaeotb day o nineteen hundred upon the promptly et ten oclock In the forenoon etch regardlew of any condition of An llluitrated In muofr detail upon at of all inquiries munt Wlldar Harvey of   

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